This beach links the mainland to Burgh Island at low tide. You can take the sea tractor over to the island at high tide. The beach is very clean and is only 5 minutes walk from the nearest campsite (which is quite a basic site but cheap by Devon standards). In summer lovely wild flowers cover the surrounding cliffs.
We went here with our daughter, her partner and our two grandchildren who are three and a half and almost 2. We were very lucky with the weather and had a great day on the beach. The beach is very clean and is in such a beautiful area.
Visited Bigbury-on-Sea to swim around Burgh Island. Bigbury-on-Sea is only small, but it is oh so perfectly formed. A beautiful clean beach with lots of parking available. The views from the car park are perfect and overlook Burgh Island. The Venus Cafe is lovely.
Great beach, popular with surfers and families, good costal paths. Burgh Island interesting Art Deco hotel. You can walk to the hotel when the tide is out, or take the sea tractor when the tide is in.
Went with our two dogs after reading that it was dog friendly. When we got there sign said no dogs (to the left of the life guard hut ) , but we asked the friendly life guards who told us it's ok as long as dogs on leads. This was perfect for us as we had took metal spikes for... 更多
We came here looking to find a drink and a paddle along the water's edge. It was a sunny and windy day. We walked across to Burgh Island and had half of shady at the Pilchard Inn. After this we walked back to the beach, paddling and looking at the amazing kite surfers. It is a really lovely sandy beach.
We love to visit this sandy beach where you can walk for miles and miles in spectacular scenery. It has convenient car parks plus cafe's for snacks and ice creams. It also is a patrolled beach with RNLI life guards.