Sandymouth Bay on the North Cornwall coast.

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Sandymouth Bay in North Cornwall

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Camelford
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Crackington Haven
Constantine Bay
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Treyarnon
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Warbstow Cross
Week St Mary
Whitstone
Widemouth Bay

Sandymouth can be reached with ease via car and is only a short drive from Kilkhampton or Bude. At low tide this beach is stunning. It becomes a long open expanse of golden sand that stretches has far as the eye can see, interspersed with long finger like rock formations that have been worn away by the sea. The diversity of environments that this beach provides gives rise to a rich variety of life.

Sandymouth Bay as long been revered by the locals for its superb surfing waters and is now a well established surfing destination amongst those in the know. If you want to give this excellent sport a try, surfing tuition is available at Sandymouth Bay.

  Rock fingers at Sandymouth              Ocean rolled pebbles at Sandymouth

Sandymouth is a surfers paradise but also caters for the beachcombers and rock pool enthusiasts too. The rock formations, stacks and cliff falls along this stretch of coast make it a fabulous place to explore and learn.

Sandymouth view south         Sandymouth shoreline

There are breathtaking walks in either direction out of Sandymouth. The northern path takes you along towards Duckpool and the Earth Satellite tracking station near Stanbury Mouth. The southern path takes you along the weathered cliff top above Sandymouth towards Northcott Mouth and affords the walker views of the headland and coastline all the way down to Dizzard and High Cliff.

Amazing rock formations at Sandymouth         Cormorant or Shag...you decide.

The seabirds love this stretch of the coast has the many rock protrusions afford them safe perches to preen and fish from.

SANDYMOUTH as the name suggests is a very sandy and generally  well sheltered beach at the very North of the North Cornwall coastline. Sandy Mouth is an excellent beach with many appealing aspects. Sandymouth is a recipient of the "Tidy Britain" Group Award. The beach offers many activities with clean sand, rocks to climb and rock pools for exploring. The cliffs in this area are a little unstable but do provide a great habitat that supports a variety of wildflowers. The area around Sandymouth is classed as Heritage Coast, and walking here is well worth the effort but do keep an eye on the tide has some stretches of this coast can be cut off by the incoming tide quite quickly and the cliffs offer very little escape.

Sandymouth cafe, toilets and shop.

There is a seasonal Lifeguard present and there are public amenities including a car park, toilets and a Cafe and shop.

   

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