Beachside

  • Shingle Beach Close To Harbour

    Shingle Beach Close To Harbour

    This is a shingle beach located close to a busy harbour. Popular for watersports enthusiasts, there is a café/bar, promenade and it also benefits from a dramatic industrial backdrop – a great location for filmmakers.

  • Beachfront House and Gardens

    Beachfront House and Gardens

    This beachfront 19th century, Grade II listed Regency building is located in a popular seaside town and has lovely grounds open to the public. Within the grounds are beach sand courts used for volleyball, table tennis tables, and a playground area with sand, swings, a roundabout and a themed play ship. This beachside open space…

  • Old Cinema

    Old Cinema

    A gorgeous, Grade II* listed Edwardian building opened in the early 20th century and lovingly restored to its former glory. The building, with its stunning interior, makes a fantastic location for filming and photography.

  • Victorian Pier

    Victorian Pier

    Victorian pier with coloured panels in central divide, amusements, ballroom, café and fishing area. A fun and iconic location for filming and photography.

  • Coastal Defence Fort

    Coastal Defence Fort

    Built in the mid 19th century as a coastal defence redoubt, this fort has a diverse history. It sits at the entrance to a harbour overlooking the river and is a dramatic location for historic filming and photography.

  • Large Beach With Vegetated Shingle

    Large Beach With Vegetated Shingle

    A long, large and wide beach with large areas of vegetated shingle, occasional rocky areas and some steep slopes, this beach is popular with watersports enthusiasts and is a designated Local Nature Reserve. This quiet alternative to nearby busier beaches is a great and spacious location for filming.

  • Coastal Defence Fort

    Coastal Defence Fort

  • Peaceful Shingle Beach With Cliff Backdrop

    Peaceful Shingle Beach With Cliff Backdrop

    This is a lovely shingle beach that is popular with anglers. This quaint and peaceful location has a backdrop of white chalk cliffs and backs onto secluded Italian gardens sat in a wooded amphitheatre carved out of the cliff face. An interesting and scenic choice for filming.

  • Tranquil Pebble Beach

    Tranquil Pebble Beach

    At the mouth of the meandering River Cuckmere lies this tranquil pebble beach with a dramatic backdrop of the famous Seven Sisters chalk cliffs. The Coastguard Cottages, abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery and breathtaking views make this a great choice for a filming location.

  • Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Grade II* Listed Traditional English Pier

    Traditional English pier that stretches for approximately 300 metres out into the sea. Features include a fish and chip shop, Victorian tearooms, café/bar, nightclub, picnic tables and fishing spots. A fine example of a Victorian pier, this iconic landmark, with its panoramic views, is a superb seafront location for filming and photography.