Things to Do: Beaches
On the Heritage Coast and in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
A firm favourite of local families, this unspoilt beach is mainly shingle at the top, with plenty of sand at low water. There are natural rock pools providing endless interest.
Sand, rock pools and rocks to scramble over.
A half mile sandy bay backed by sand dunes.
The fine sand and dunes make this a popular beach with families. The beach also benefits from high waves and is a big hit with the surfers. There is also a surf school for those who are keen to join the action on the water.
Hand carved tunnels leading to sheltered coves and a tidal pool.
This is a popular beach for families with rock pools and a tidal swimming pool for the children. It’s also a beautiful area of coastline with sea views towards Lundy Island and South Wales.
Set in a small cove in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
A free car park and toilets within easy walking distance and access via a slipway (wheelchair access is difficult). The centre of the beach is flat sand and shingle at high or low tide. Low tide exposes rocks on either side of the beach with rock pools and fishing.