Cornwall Beach Guide

Sandymouth Beach

Description:
Sandymouth Beach is a large pebble and sand beach on the north Cornwall coast. There is plenty of sand at low tide and the beach is popular with surfers.
Safety:
Signs warn of strong undercurrents, not to use inflatables and risk of falling cliffs. Lifeguards in summer. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:
There is a sloping path from the Sandymouth car park to the beach, with final access to the beach via steps. The path takes several minutes to walk and is too steep for wheel chairs.
Dogs:
Dogs allowed all year on Sandymouth Beach.
Directions:
Sandymouth Beach is approximately 19 miles from Camelford and 29 miles from Wadebridge. Take the A39 from Wadebridge or Camelford and follow the A39 past Bude and shortly before Kilkhampton turn left (signposted to Sandymouth) and follow this road through Stibb. Shortly after Stibb turn left for Sandymouth (signposted to Sandymouth Beach) and follow this road down to Sandymouth Beach.
Post Code:
EX23 9EG.
Parking:
1 car park several minutes walk from Sandymouth Beach.
Toilets:
Yes.
Facilities:
Beach shop/café at Sandymouth.
Activities:
Surfing.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Bude (5 miles, seaside town with sandy beach, surfing, dog friendly, disabled access)
Crooklets Beach (5 miles, sandy beach, surfing, disabled access)
Northcott Mouth (5 miles, sandy beach, surfing, dog friendly)
Duckpool (2 miles, sandy beach, surfing, dog friendly)
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