The best rock pooling in the UK


Thanet Beach, Botany Bay, Kent

This beautiful coastline stretches from Pegwell Bay in the south to Reculver in the north with good opportunities to spot seals and starfish. There are 15 sandy beaches and bays with Blue Flags and Quality Coast Awards to enjoy. The local district council run a number of walks through the summer www.thanetcoast.org.uk to find out more information.

Thanet Beach Botany Bay, Kent

Thanet Beach Botany Bay, Kent

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

The Portrush Nature Reserve and causeway coastal area, is a small band of seashore rock that has helped scientists understand the way the earth was formed. This site is also of historic importance to geologists and contains numerous imprints of fossil ammonites. The great rockpools are available at low tides. Keep a special look out for seals.

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

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Thanet Beach, Botany Bay, Kent

This beautiful coastline stretches from Pegwell Bay in the south to Reculver in the north with good opportunities to spot seals and starfish. There are 15 sandy beaches and bays with Blue Flags and Quality Coast Awards to enjoy. The local district council run a number of walks through the summer www.thanetcoast.org.uk to find out more information.

Thanet Beach Botany Bay, Kent

Thanet Beach Botany Bay, Kent

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

The Portrush Nature Reserve and causeway coastal area, is a small band of seashore rock that has helped scientists understand the way the earth was formed. This site is also of historic importance to geologists and contains numerous imprints of fossil ammonites. The great rockpools are available at low tides. Keep a special look out for seals.

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

Portrush Nature Reserve, County Antrim, Northern Ireland

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