There’s a nice little walk (at low tide) between Seaton Beach to nearby Downderry Beach nearby, and this is a perfect stroll for those times when you feel like a wander but don’t want to walk too far. So, start the walk at Seaton Beach and follow the promenade along until you reach Downderry. When the tide’s out this is a long sand and shingle beach with plenty of space and the kind of rock pools that have the kids running from one to another seeing what they can find.
Backed by Battern Cliffs, Downderry Beach is a picturesque place for a wander close to the sea, and the good news is it’s usually relatively quiet so it’s a peaceful one too. Be careful if you complete this walk as there is a risk of being cut off by the tide as you go. It’ll take you around 20 minutes, so remember to check the tide times before you set off. Dogs are welcome on Downderry Beach all year round.