This location is classed as Seaside.
It's Longitude is -1.6632839 and Latitude is 50.7365929, and it's readable address is Barton on Sea, UK.
Barton-on-Sea offers a short, shingle and rock beach, backed by high, clay cliffs. These cliffs are unstable in places, and access points to the beach were temporarily closed-off in May 2017 after a landslide. In addition the beach suffers from coastal erosion and is said to have been the first beach in England to use rock groynes as a coastal defence. The area has some stunning cliff-top walks, with views out towards Hengistbury Head to the west and The Solent and Isle of Wight to the east. A cliff-top café and a restaurant provide excellent views of the entire bay. The area is also popular with golfers and paragliders.