Sheerness beach is situated on the Northern coast of Kent near to where the River Thames and Medway meet the North sea.
The beach is mainly laid to shingle, having visited recently it is safe to sat that at low tide, there is plenty of sea life in the shallow rock pools that form including small to medium size crabs
The beach is backed by a substantial sea wall, which forms a promenade, used by walkers and cyclists. Along the promenade, there are benches and steps leading down to the beach at regular intervals. Access for those with mobility problems may be difficult.
The town is in close proximity with several fish and chip shops making an ideal location for a bag of chips, sitting down on a bench and watching the world go by.