Fishing

  • 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.

  • Woodland Estate With 6 Lakes

    Woodland Estate With 6 Lakes

    This 1,000 acre estate is set in the middle of a forest and consists of a beautiful manor house, sandstone barn, woodland, heath, parkland and fields. The estate has several lakes, is home to a variety of wildlife, and the majority of it is a Site of Special Scientific Interest. The estate also has have…

  • 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.

  • Shingle Beach and Seafront

    Shingle Beach and Seafront

    This gently sloping shingle and sand beach has a lot to offer for filmmakers – from the pier with its pavilion and colourful and imaginative stained glass window displays, 5 mile promenade, Ferris wheel, and Art Deco lido building, to the beach huts, low tide sand and rock pools, and fishing boats.

  • 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.

  • Award Winning Seafront and Promenade

    Award Winning Seafront and Promenade

    This award winning seafront has a pebble and shingle beachfront stretching over 3 miles, with sand and rock pools visible at low tide, and is close to some stunning cliffs. The beautiful beach and promenade are a great location for filmmakers, and is a fantastic overseas double location.

  • Popular Seaside Town

    Popular Seaside Town

    This is a popular tourist destination located on the South Coast between Brighton and Portsmouth, with direct links to London. It has several beaches and 2.7 miles of promenade as well as its famous pier. With so much going on here, there are many great places for filming.

  • Wide Shingle Beach

    Wide Shingle Beach

    This pleasant shingle beach covers a 4 wide mile stretch near Newhaven and is popular with swimmers, watersports fans and fishermen. Quieter than some of the other south coast beaches, this laid back beach with views along to the cliffs is a lovely place for filming.