St Marys Bay
This clean, sandy beach stretches along the coast between Dymchurch and Littlestone-on-Sea. At low tide this part of the beach is about half a mile wide with wooden groynes dividing it up. In summer St Mary’s Bay is particularly popular with bathers.
A good promenade runs alongside the beach, behind which is a low sea wall. In the summer season a kiosk opens on the promenade selling drinks and snacks.
Out at sea is a section of concrete Mulberry Harbour, built in 1944 for the Dunkirk landings. The land close to the beach was developed as a resort in the 1920s, and reached its peak in the 1960s.
Romney Marsh, home to a variety of wildlife, lies south-west of the beach. Children will enjoy taking a ride on the nearby Romney, Hythe and Dymchurch narrow-gauge railway.
Type of beach
Sand & shingle
Dogs friendly beach?
Dogs are not allowed on the beach from 1st May to 30th September between the Fairway to the river.
OS grid ref.
TR 0930 2769
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St Marys Bay Reviews
Beautiful Beach excellent walking facilities on promenade and beach
Fabulous walks along sea shore particularly for locals during lockdown, apart from toilets in car park, there are no other facilities which makes the area unspoilt and tranquil, when restrictions allow ideal for picnic.
St Mary’s - Dog ???? walking
GillianDec 26th 2020
Lovely clean beach walks my boy absolutely loves it!
TerribleAug 08th 2020
Add some arcades to this place