Dog Friendly beaches East Sussex


Find Dog Friendly Beaches in East Sussex

If you’re looking for a truly pawsome destination to enjoy sun, sand, and quality time with your four-legged friend, the East Sussex Coast is a hidden gem waiting to be discovered. From the picturesque chalky cliffs of Beachy Head to the charming seaside towns dotting the coastline, East Sussex offers a diverse array of dog-friendly beaches that cater to every pup’s preferences. Whether your furry pal loves to frolic in the waves, chase seagulls, or simply bask in the sunshine, you’ll find a stretch of sand that’s perfect for you and your canine companion.

A guide to dog friendly beaches in East Sussex on the South East coast. Find which beaches dogs are allowed all year round and those with restrictions.

  • Cooden Beach
  • Cuckmere Haven Beach
  • Norman’s Bay
  • Bexhill On Sea
  • Birling Gap
  • Black Rock Beach
  • Brighton Beach
  • Brighton Palace Pier
  • Camber Sands
  • Fairlight Glen
  • Grand Parade Main Resort
  • Harbour Reach Beach
  • Holywell Retreat
  • Hove Beach
  • Marine Parade Beach
  • Peacehaven Beach
  • Pevensey Bay
  • Rottingdean Beach
  • Saltdean Beach
  • St Leonards on Sea
  • Winchelsea Beach

Discover East Sussex beaches

If you are visiting the East Sussex, check out some of the fantastic beaches to go to.

Blue Flag restrictions

Dogs are banned from all Blue Flag beaches. Areas which ban dogs will normally be clearly sign posted. There are restrictions in place on main resort beaches between 1st May and 30th September

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