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Botany Bay Beach, Broadstairs, Kent, UK
Botany Bay is the most northerly of the 7 Broadstairs bays in Kent. This is an old fashioned sandy beach almost 200m long with chalk cliffs and stacks, rock pools and gentle swimming conditions. This part of the Kent coast boasts the longest stretch of chalk cliffs in Britain with Botany Bay being the northern most of seven bays in Broadstairs.
When the tide goes out you have a chalk reef which is thought to be one of the best in Britain.
Botany Bay Beach in Kent has Blue Flag Status.
Between 1st May and 30th September dogs are not allowed on Botany Bay beach between 10am to 6pm.
Toilets, seasonal kiosk (hot and cold food), disabled access, deck chairs, windbreak hire, lifeguards in summer months, parking.
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