This is the first original surf beach of Kent and was the hub of surfing in the area from the 1960’ until the late 1990’s and offers sand bars, and chalk reefs. The beauty of Joss Bay is that it provides surf all stages of the tide. During high water it can get very rippy in the beach break that often closes out, but cover ups are possible and at the same time it is feasible to surf the reefs on both sides of the beach offering left and right hand waves. In mid to low and low to mid tide, you will find some sand bars in the central bay that generate excellent sets of waves. It can be a fun surf beach to enjoy, but can get crowded on real good days.
The beach has some older facilities including toilets, café, surf school, and a car park.