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Almost 2 miles of sand at low tide, with an abundance of rock pools. Plenty of beach for a couple of hours either side of low tide, but very little by the time tide is full. Interesting geological features.
There is a good path to the edge of the beach, and steps onto the beach, but in certain conditions it is necessary to traverse pebbles and/or slippery rocks to reach the sand.
Distance on foot: 1.5 miles
Distance by car: 1.1 miles
(To the car park – plus and additional 0.5 miles on foot.)