Shakespeare Beach, Kent

Shakespeare Beach tide times



March 2024

Shakespeare Beach tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Mon04
11:182.2m
23:492.4m
03:515.5m
16:245.2m
Tue05
12:472.4m
05:285.1m
18:515.0m
Wed06
01:402.4m
14:312.2m
07:295.3m
20:085.4m
Thu07
03:062.0m
15:441.8m
08:385.7m
21:075.9m
Fri08
04:141.5m
16:481.3m
09:346.1m
21:576.3m
Sat09
05:161.0m
17:461.0m
10:236.5m
22:426.8m
Sun10
06:130.6m
18:380.7m
11:066.8m
23:247.0m


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Things to see and do near Shakespeare Beach

If you're planning a visit to Shakespeare Beach, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Explore the Beach – Shakespeare Beach is a stunning stretch of white sand and shingle shoreline in Kent, England. With crystal clear waters and stunning views, it is the perfect spot for a relaxing day out.
  • Enjoy a Picnic – There is plenty of space for a picnic on the beach and a number of nearby cafes and restaurants for those wanting to indulge in a more substantial meal.
  • Take a Swim – The sea is warm and inviting during the summer months, making it an ideal spot for a dip.
  • Visit Dungeness – Located just a few miles from the beach, Dungeness is an unspoiled shingle headland with a great selection of birds and wildlife.
  • Visit the Cliffs – The dramatic cliffs at Shakespeare Beach are a must-see. The views from the top are stunning and the path down to the beach is a great way to explore the area.
  • Take a Boat Trip – Boats can be hired at the beach to take you on a tour of the coastline.
  • Explore the Nature Reserve – Just a short drive away is the Dungeness National Nature Reserve, a beautiful area of coastal heathland, marsh, pebble beaches, and creeks.
  • Take a Walk – There are a number of walking routes in the area, allowing visitors to explore the stunning landscape and wildlife on foot.
  • Visit the Historic Village – The nearby village of Rye is a quaint, historic fishing village with plenty of charm.
  • Visit the Local Pub – The White Horse Pub, situated near the beach, is a great spot for a pint and a bite to eat.
  • Go Fishing – Fishing is allowed on the beach, so grab a rod and a tackle box and enjoy some shore fishing.
  • Take a Cycle – The area is great for cycling, with plenty of routes to explore.
  • Visit the Castle – The 14th century Camber Castle is located just a few miles from the beach and is a great spot for a day out.
  • Enjoy a Sunset – Sit back and enjoy the stunning sunsets from the beach, a perfect way to end the day.

There are many things to see and do near Shakespeare Beach. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!