- by Gordon
The beach is west facing, mostly small rocks and pebbles with sand at low tide.
There is a spectacular 100-meter high Steeple Point Cliff that dominates the beach. A beautiful although NOT suitable for swimming with extremely dangerous and no lifeguard cover is provided.
Wartime Anti-tank blocks can be found along the beach. Rockpools offer great opportunities to find sea life.
Access – Easy level access from National Trust Car Park
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