Most of the South East England coast is developed to some extent with the vast majority of the coastline within touching distance of a road or a car park - Coverhurst Bay is one of the few wilderness beaches that remains. The beach is more than half an hours walk from the nearest through some of the most stunning countryside in the region, through forests, across stream before eventually popping out in a secluded cove under the sandstone cliffs of the Hastings Country Park. The setting for the beach is lovely under the thorn trees and forests of the cliffs and the beach is pebbley (mixed with larger stones and sand at low tide). It is family freindly but is also popular with naturists so only visit if you are relaxed about sharing the beach with a few with naked septingenarions! Well worth a hike through the Country park for a bit of unspoiled undeveloped coastline
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