The islands on the sea-front are exposed to devastation by cyclonic storm-waves.
There is a public bathing-station at the eastern end of the sea-front.
Everybody goes to the sea-front to witness the beaching of the boats and to watch the unloading.
It was past ten o'clock, and the sea-front was already deserted.
The hooded figures of the Arabs lounged against the stone wall that girdles the sea-front.
At the Triangle they took an omnibus and bowled along the sea-front.
Porter landed a force of sailors and marines to move against the sea-front in co-operation with Ames's assault.
Meanwhile, let us trickle to the sea-front and take a sail in one of those boats.
At last, on the sea-front again, he chanced upon a pearler who had met him heading round the hill-side.
So we descended to the sea-front again, to the Via Roma, and to our caf.