If you’re looking for something away from the hustle and bustle of the seaside towns, then Danes Dyke is perfect. Declared a Local Nature Reserve in 2002 it is one of the finest stretches of coast land on the east coast. Get down to the beach by walking from the car park down the steep surfaced road. If the tide is out the beach is very flat and sandy, with a pebble and rock area closer to the cliffs, plenty of opportunities for exploring and discovering sea life in the rock pools. There are also a number of nature trails to explore in the Dyke which can be accessed easily from the car park. There is also cafe and toilet block in the car park.