Epple Beach in Margate is a small, sandy beach in Epple Bay. It is backed by high, white chalk cliffs that are constantly being eroded by the sea. It is part of the wider north-east Kent coast, which has been designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The beach is quiet, partly because access is limited to a steep pathway from a parking area at the top of the cliffs. There is a concrete pathway, designed to help prevent erosion, which runs along the base of the cliffs. Dogs are permitted all year round.