This wild and rugged beach is situated 4 miles North of the Cornish town of Bude and on the Devon/Cornwall border and is perched right at the bottom of a valley which is surrounded by wooded combes and wonderful, lush countryside.
This unspoilt beach was notorious for shipwrecks and is part of the 'wreckers's coast' which stretches from Hartland Point to Bude. Today it is popular with surfers and visitors who wish to visit a beach which has not been entrapped in the spiral of commercialism.
The sound of the crashing waves upon the rocks and the birds overhead is truly exhilarating. Flanked by impressive cliffs you can walk up to Steeple Point and Warren Point and survey the panorama before you.
Such beauty in its natural, raw state is rarely found these days, but her you can forget the stresses of everyday life, even if its only for a few minutes.