This sand and shingle beach is in Westgate-on-Sea and lies within the north-east Kent coast Site of Special Scientific Interest. It is separated from neighbouring St Mildred's Bay by chalk cliffs and is smaller, and often quieter, than St Mildred's. Most of the sand disappears when tide is in, but low tide reveals a lengthy stretch of sand with rock pools to explore. The beach had been awarded a Blue Flag and is Marine Conservation Society Recommended. There is access and facilities for disabled visitors. There are also a variety of coastal walks in the area.