Herne Bay’s beach sits just to the east of the harbour, which itself features Neptune’s Long Arm (a sea wall) and a pier, with amusements. The beach is sandy, backed by a promenade with beach huts. Victorian architecture abounds, as do fish ‘n chip shops. There’s a lifeguard service from Easter through the summer, so this is a safe beach to swim from. Often referred to as a quintessentially English seaside resort, Herne Bay has something for every visitor. Highly recommended.
A sense of belonging.
By the Sea Cadet Centre and the Rowing Club in Herne Bay.