Sheerness Beach is just 200 meters from the Sheerness High Street and this shingle beach is a bathing beach with no boats allowed in the bathing area. It also has a children’s free paddling area and large sandpit in a play area by the beach.

Banned between 1 May and 30 September from an imaginary line at 90 degrees from the centre point of the headland Jacobs Bank eastward to an imaginary line at 90 degrees from the west side of the steps leading over the sea wall immediately to the east of Sheerness Swimming Pool.

Wide ramps on the promenade.

Advisory Notes
Children should only enter the water when they’re with a responsible adult.

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