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At low tide, a sheltered sandy beach, but beware, it is only accessible for an hour or two either side of low water and there is a risk of being cut off.
There is a path to the rocks from where you can observe the waves at high tide. At low tide, you must make your way down the rocks onto the sand and although steps have been chipped out, they can be slippery when wet or covered in weed.
Distance on foot: 0.7 miles
Distance by car: 0.4 miles
(To the car park – plus and additional 0.3 miles on foot.)