Beaches in Sheerness, Kent

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The beach guide has 3 beaches listed in and around the town of Sheerness. We have arranged these beaches in order of closest to the town first (distance in brackets).

  • Sheerness Beach (0.8 miles)

    Sheerness Beach © David Anstiss | BY-SA

    Sheerness beach is found on the northern coast of the Isle of Sheppey, where the rivers Thames and Medway meet the North Sea.  From the shore there are views across the estuary, towards Southend-on-Sea and the Essex coastline.  

    The beach here is mainly shingle, with some patches of sand, and at low tide crabs, shrimps and…

  • Minster Leas Beach (2 miles)

    Minster Leas © David Martin | BY-SA

    Minster Leas Beach is lovely tranquil place to come and relax and enjoy the views. A grassy area with park benches slopes down to a long, shingle beach where a number of groynes stretch out into the sea. When the tide is out, a good expanse of sand is revealed with some patches of mud.


  • Isle of Grain Beach (1.9 miles)

    Isle of Grain © N Chadwick | BY-SA

    Located on the confluence of the rivers Medway and Thames, and just down the coast from the better known Allhallows beach is the Isle of Grain. Despite being less than 30 miles from the centre of London this area feels as remote as anywhere in southern England. The beach at Grain looks out towards the…

Sheerness beaches map

Map featuring Sheerness beaches. Click on pins to view beach details