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Day Out at the Seaside with 2yo

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toothyboy Mon 13-Jun-05 19:51:28

Does anyone know of good seaside resorts, on South Coast (not too far to drive from nr Heathrow)? I want to take ds (26 months) for his first proper visit to the seaside, over the next couple of weeks. Will probably just do a day trip, so don't want to be overwhelmed with a busy resort with loads to do. Somewhere not too full of other people!! Any ideas/recommendations would be much appreciated! Thanks all!

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toothyboy Thu 16-Jun-05 16:05:37

Thanks for your response GF, although if the weather doesn't get better we won't be going anywhere!

Blu Thu 16-Jun-05 16:18:43

Bexhill-on-sea? It is pebbly at high tide, but there are rock pools and sandy bits at low tide.
Pevensey Bay?
West Wittering? (Is that what I mean?)
Those little plces on the coast underneath Arundel?

desperatehousewife Thu 16-Jun-05 16:21:58

camber is excellent - nothing there except a snack bar cafe, and miles and miles of sandy beach...fab.

toothyboy Sat 18-Jun-05 22:30:31

Thanks for suggestions so far!! I've been poring over the map to find them! Anyone know of places along the coast between Brighton - Portsmouth that would be nice? Sandy beach essential. Would be especially interested in places which are not widely known of. Thanks.

Janh Sat 18-Jun-05 22:36:54

I think the Witterings fall into that area, toothy, and they are lovely - quiet and peaceful with parking and grass behind the beach (IIRC)

West Wittering - EC blue flag

Can't find a link to a beach at E Wittering so maybe it's just the W one.

Janh Sat 18-Jun-05 22:39:37

(btw when I was small we lived nr Heathrow and W Wittering was where we used to go for a day out, and that was when cars only went at about 50mph) (so probably took no longer than nowadays )

toothyboy Sat 18-Jun-05 22:40:54

I think that's the one Janh (and Blu, originally!!) - it looks lovely. Thank you.

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