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A beautiful long sandy beach at low tide, a short shingle beach at high tide. Interesting rock pools and caves are revealed at the lowest tide. Horses from Nolton often come and gallop along the waters edge. The Hotel on the cliff serves excellent food and on a sunny and sheltered day, there is no finer place to sit than on their terrace.
The paths onto the beach (there’s a public path and a private path from the hotel) are reasonable, it is necessary to cross the shingle to reach the sand..
Distance on foot: 10 miles
Distance by car: 9.3 miles.