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Sunny Sands

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Christine
Christine
January 8, 2020
This is the sandy beach of Folkestone
Natalie
Natalie
June 25, 2019
A popular sandy beach with lifeguards on duty during busy times. There are arches under the promenade which provide shade and shelter from the elements. You can hire kayaks and paddle boards here too and it is a great place to swim and sandcastle. Just watch out for the tides though. Most of the…
Luke & Isabella
Luke & Isabella
March 10, 2019
You can't visit a seaside town without seeing a beach right?
Jack
Jack
July 25, 2018
Sandy beach one of the few in this area. Also there is still £5000 worth of gold buried there by Roger dehan that hasn't been found. Good luck
Tom & Donna
Tom & Donna
August 11, 2016
Golden sands, the perfect beach for families... shallow drop off. Wonderful also to walk here early in the morning at low tide, and explore the harbour when it's empty!

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Ubicación
Folkestone, CT19