Joss bay - Broadstairs, Kent
Joss Bay is a bay with a sandy beach, and overlooked by cliffs and the North Foreland Lighthouse. Joss Bay is said to be named after a local smuggler Joss Snelling. The bay is popular with surfers, the Joss Bay Surf School is based here and provide tuition for all levels of surfer.
The Bay is overlooked by the Captain Digby public house. Parking is available in a car park to the south of the bay.
Broadstairs is a small seaside town with associations with Charles Dickens. It has 7 neighbouring bays including Viking Bay and Botany Bay.
Broadstairs is located in the county of Kent. Kent is known as the 'Garden of England', but also boasts many miles of coastline stretching round from the Thames estuary to East Sussex. The coast line includes the famous white cliffs of Dover.
Broadstairs places to go, and things to see...
Museum and gift shop once the home of Miss Mary Pearson on whom Dickens based much of the character of Miss Betsey Trotwood, in his novel David Copperfield.More about Dickens House Museum
Joss Bay is a bay with a sandy beach, overlooked by cliffs and the North Foreland lighthouse.More about Joss Bay
Joss Bay Surf School
located on Joss Bay Beach in Broadstairs, Kent. JBSS is the South East's premiere surf school and is the Home of Kent surfing - Instagram @jossbaysurfing.
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Broadstairs Town Team - local businesses and residents working together to improve life in our community and our local economy #broadstairs #broadstairstownteam
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Information Kiosk on Broadstairs seafront, run by volunteers from local trade organisations, backed by district & town councils, hosted by Shepherd Neame.
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