Monday, 26 November 2012

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Woolacombe early morning


From Putsborough Beach
Putsborough beach is situated on the southern end of Woolacombe Sands. The surf works at all tide stages but mid to high tend to have an edge. It is the only beach in the area that benefits from some protection from the South/Southwesterly winds, thanks to Baggy Point headland. Peaks are scattered all along its length. It has a fairly slow waves which are suitable for beginners. The sandy beach has some rocky outcrops which provide paddling pools.

The beach is privately owned and the car park is reached by a narrow road with passing places. Above the beach are a small caravan site, and beach shop. There are several cottages and apartments available to rent.

Towards Putsborough Beach

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