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Botany Bay Broadstairs

Top Broadstairs Beaches

Botany Bay Broadstairs’ hidden gem, offering stunning views of white cliffs and gorgeous white stacks.

One of Broadstairs’ most recognisable beaches, Botany Bay is a beautiful golden sand beach with a classic english seaside charm. The best time to visit is when the tide is out, and you can explore the bay’s fossils and rock pools. That said, there is still plenty of sand to enjoy even when the tide is in, and Botany Bay is a not-to-be-missed destination for any holiday-goers seeking a traditional seaside holiday. The beach is just a short drive from our holiday rentals, and there is both a pub and a cafe near by so you can extend your visit to Botany bay into a whole family day out.

Dog’s are unfortunately banned on the beach from 1st May to the 31st Sept from 10am to 6pm – click here to visit the beach guide.

Featured image: Botany Bay, Broadstairs, Petras Gagilas, (CC2) no amendments made.

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