Seatown Beach

Seatown beach

Contrary to what its name suggests, Seatown has never deserved the label 'town'. At the end of a mile-long track this tiny hamlet, once home to thirty or forty fishermen and smugglers, is now best-known as a prime fossil-hunting spot.

The steep, shingle beach is clean and quiet although there are no lifeguards so care should be taken when swimming. There is a car park with space for a hundred cars and a pub that backs right on to the beach. The Golden Cap, to the west of the beach, is the highest sea cliff in the south of England.

Type of Beach

Shingle

Facilities

Toilets. including disabled facilities. and a pub.

Parking

There is parking for 100 cars. There is a charge for using the car park.

Directions

Take the A35 and the beach is down a narrow lane from Chideock.

Nearest Town

Bridport

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Seatown Beach tide times

  • Tue 19th February

    High 04:13am (5.65m)
    Low 11:02am (0.53m)
    High 04:38pm (5.60m)
    Low 11:22pm (0.52m)
  • Wed 20th February

    High 04:59am (5.89m)
    Low 11:52am (0.31m)
    High 05:23pm (5.74m)
  • Thu 21st February

    Low 12:10am (0.36m)
    High 05:43am (5.99m)
    Low 12:38pm (0.23m)
    High 06:06pm (5.77m)
  • Fri 22nd February

    Low 12:55am (0.34m)
    High 06:27am (5.96m)
    Low 01:23pm (0.30m)
    High 06:50pm (5.67m)

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