Eastbourne is well established within the top ten UK beaches; our beaches are varied and have something to offer everyone.
Pier to Wish Tower (Main Resort Beach)
The beaches offer the following facilities:
Clean Bathing Water
Lifeguards and First Aid Post
Kids Wristbands and Safe Bathing Zone
Showers and Toilets
Refreshment and Beach Shop
Bathing cabins and Beach Huts
Deckchairs and Sunloungers
From 1st May to 30th September dogs are banned from these beaches.
The Pier to Wish Tower beaches are recommended by the Marine Conservation Society in the Good Beach Guide.
Holywell and Falling Sands
This section of coastline provides rock pools full of marine life at low tide, pretty gardens and the dramatic chalk cliffs of Falling Sands.
Dogs are welcome on these beaches but must be kept under control.
Holywell and Falling Sands beaches are recommended by the Marine Conservation Society in the Good Beach Guide.
East Beach (Pier to Langney Point)
Beaches East of the Pier to the harbour are lined with various tourist attractions and are also popular for watersports. It must be noted some of the beaches in this section are working beaches and not suitable for bathing.
From 1 May to 30 September, dogs must be kept on leads at all times and are banned from the main resort beach (Wish Tower to Pier).
Watch out in July as Eastbourne Extreme comes to the Eastern end of the seafront with a weekend of extreme sports including skating, biking, windsurfing and powerboating.