The beach at East Haven is popular with families and dog walkers. This is a rural beach with a diverse range of sealife and tidal seaweed. The sandy bay is surrounded by rocks which are great for rockpooling during low tide. Although the beach is not a designated bathing area it is a popular area for children and adults to paddle in the bay during summer.
Residents manage the community toilets from the end of March to October and have created a 'wee gallery' for visitors.
Water quality is currently untested at East Haven
East Haven is located on the east coast of Scotland between Arbroath and Carnoustie. Sustrans National Cycle Route 1 runs through the village and up the coast making it arguably, one of the most beautiful sections of the route. There is an hourly bus service Monday to Saturday (73A).
A public car park can be accessed by low bridge with 2m height restriction.
East Haven Together