The wide beach at Littlestone is largely shingle above the shoreline with wooden groynes disappearing into the sea. However, when the tide goes out a vast expanse of rippled sand is revealed.
To the back of the beach are a number of coloured beach huts beyond which is a large grassy area.
Littlestone beach makes a good / quieter alternative to neighbouring beach at Dymchurch which is virtually guaranteed to be busy during the summer.
There are a few facilities in the village across the road.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are banned on part of the beach each year from 1 May to 30 September. The banned area is from Madeira Road southwards to Clark Road.
OS grid ref.
TR 0839 2389
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Littlestone Beach Reviews
Lovely and quiet sandy beach when the tide is going out. We arrived just at the end of slack water and it was all shingle, but within 15mins we were building sandcastles. Lots of water sports to observe. Close to a play park for the children and a pleasant park for picnic-ing in. Parking is pricey, as all of east Kent, £1.20/h. There is parking on the road.