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Eastoke beach is a steep shingle, groyned beach, popular with holiday makers for it's location next to the camps and local shops. It also has access to the start of the promenade. The promenade runs the length of the seafront from here right down to Sandy Point.
Eastoke corner is popular during spring and autumn with the anglers, as it is reported to be a good spot from which to fish.
Due to it's high car park, with respect to the beach, good views are easily gained of the beach and sea. When the seas are a bit rough, or it's a wet weekend, this car park is usually full of people eating fish'n'chips on their laps in their cars.
Eastoke Corner far east of Beachlands.
Free for the public with sandpit.
Shops & Amusements:
Newsagents, Fish & Chips and novelty shops.
Public car park is run by the council and is of the pay and display variety.
Located next to the road
Use the map below to browse through the different beach areas. If you have selected a beach it will stay hightlighted. Each area will give you a brief description about it and what amenities and services are available there.
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