Extending out from Tankerton Beach, The Street is a shingle strip about half a mile (750m) long that’s exposed at low tide. Follow your Victorian forebears as you walk out to the end, with the estuary’s waters on either side. Standing right out at sea you can look back on the shingle beach and wooden groynes, reminiscent of an England that is so familiar in postcards of old. Low-key and entirely uncommercial, this is a pleasant stroll that's unique to the area. The grassy slopes just above the beach are also popular with families during the summer, an ideal space for having a picnic while kids play in the water beyond.