This beach lies in a bay and stretches around 6.5 km (4 mi) in length. It is mainly shingle and backed to the east by the chalk cliffs of the Seaford Head Nature Reserve. Enjoy cliff top walks along here or drop down to the Marine Conservation Society Recommended beach for a whole host of water sports including scuba diving and snorkelling, sea canoeing and kayaking, sailing, jet skiing, wind surfing, power boating and water skiing. Zoning is in place for water sports. Sea fishing and fossil hunting are also popular from the beach.