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Surf Spot
Sandymouth Bay Beach
13 locals recommend
Location
EX23 9HW
Phone+44 1288 354240
Tips from locals
Gill
Gill
January 26, 2019
Sandymouth sits along a stretch of coast between Bude and Morwenstow, one of Cornwall's wild and dramatic corners with a character all of its own. With a dramatic backdrop of sheer cliffs dating back millions of years, and a pebble ridge at the top of the beach with sand exposed as the tide…
Puddleduck
Puddleduck
January 24, 2019
This beach is stunning and brilliant for families - just be sure to visit when the tide isn't in. The rock formations are to die for, there are loads of rock pools and even a waterfall off the cliffs. The sea has lifeguards during the spring & summer and the waves are great for surfers & body…
Anthony
Anthony
November 12, 2018
Fabulous walk up the cliffs. Great beach and good café.
Andrew
Andrew
August 10, 2018
National Trust owned, at low tide vast expanses of sand but with stunning cliff scenery, too. Can walk to Bude and use the SW coast path to walk back. Parking, cafe, loos.
Lesley
Lesley
March 23, 2018
A beautiful National Trust run beach and cafe. Used by surfers and sunbathers alike! A great place as a starting point for a coastal walk. A fantastic holiday park sits just above the beach where non-residents can find food and drink.