Visit Rottingdean Beach
Rottingdean Beach is a fairly secluded beach below high chalk cliffs. The Undercliff Path runs from Rottingdean to Brighton Marina and is a main visitor attraction along the South East Coast.
There are basic amenities a handful of beach huts along the front, and the beach has a life guards on duty during the summer months.
Did you Know? Rottingdean Beach was a notorious landing place for smuggled goods.
This beach is dog friendly in the winter, restricted from 1 May to 30 September each year.
Location: off Marine Drive, Rottingdean, BN2 7HR
Map of Rottingdean Beach