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Shakespeare Beach

Listed under Beaches in South East England, United Kingdom.

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A secluded long shingle beach with deep rock pools beneath Shakespeare Cliff, near Dover. The cliff face is a familiar nesting site for fulmars, kittiwakes, guillemots, and land birds such as the peregrine falcon. Apparently well favoured by naturists until the introduction of a delightful walk from Samphire Hoe to Folkestone.

Written by  Thomas Bell.

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