Seaton Carew’s beach has been a popular visitor attraction since Victorian times. Despite its industrial heritage, there is a fine promenade, which runs all the way up the coast to Hartlepool and the beach is sandy and clean. With excellent access and plenty of parking, as well as shops and amusements behind the beach, this is a fine family beach. Bathing water is clean and there is wildlife hereabouts too, as this stretch of coastline forms a part of the Teesmouth and Cleveland Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest.
What the beach means to Kathryn and Alex.
Blue skies over the beach at Seaton Carew.