Sandy Beaches Near Bude Within 28 Miles By Popularity

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  1. #1
    Duckpool - 800
    Duckpool is a gorgeous little bay at the foot of a wooded valley. It is also one of the Bude area's…Similar
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    Bossiney Haven - 1028 (7.9)
    A sheltered sandy cove completely covered at high tide.Similar
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    Croyde Bay - 1169
    A sandy beach backed by sand dunes and situated in a small bay on the North Devon Coast. The beach …Similar
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    Crooklets - 1204
    The small bay at Crooklets is due north of Summerleaze and adjoins it at low tide. The bay is forme…Similar
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    Woolacombe Sands - 1260 (7.9)
    The beach is 2.5 miles long, sandy and gently sloping. The beach has Blue Flag and Premier Seaside …Similar
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    Summerleaze - 1427
    The beach is surrounded by dunes on one side and the canal on the other. The sand dunes are undergo…Similar
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    Sandymere - 1570
    The main access point to Sandymere beach is via the slipway. A favourite with families, this beach …Similar
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    Welcombe Mouth - 1856 (6.9)
    An exposed and secluded bay backed by cliffs, popular with the locals.Similar
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    Saunton Sands - 1958 (5.9)
    A long straight sandy beach backed by impressive sand dunes.Similar
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    Instow Beach - 2126
    A wheelchair accessible sandy beach set where the Torridge river meets the Taw estuary. This is an …Similar
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    Daymer Bay - 2150
    This wide Sandy beach on the Camel estuary is backed by sand dunes and a golf course. The water is …Similar
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    Westward Ho Beach - 2228 (5.9)
    Long sand beach backing onto a pebble ridge linking to Northam Burrows Country Park. Access via ram…Similar
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    Rural unspoilt 3 mile stretch of sandy beach with Sandymouth to the north and Crooklets to the sout…Similar
  14. #14
    Three miles of golden sands stretching north towards Woolacombe and Morte Point and south towards B…Similar
  15. #15
    The beach at Trebarwith is at the bottom of a deep valley with many attractive views along the Heri…Similar
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    Hawkers Cove - 2465
    A beautiful sandy expanse that is easily accessible at low tide via a walk along the shore from jus…Similar
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    Sandy Mouth - 2510
    A 2km long beach made up of pebbles with a vast expanse of sand in front. The beach has rock-pools …Similar
  18. #18
    An attractive golden sand and shingle beach set in a bay, half a mile from the main Woolacombe beac…Similar
  19. #19
    A large sand/shingle beach with plenty of sand at low tide. The beach is quiet even in the summer d…Similar
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    Widemouth Bay - 2905 (6.9)
    This large sandy beach with its adjacent rocky reefs provides good rock pooling opportunities. Back…Similar
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    Greenaway Beach - 2909 (5.9)
    A little known cove of sand and rocks situated at Trebetherick near Polzeath. Nearly always quiet a…Similar
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    Trevone Bay - 3280
    A lovely sandy beach set in a cove. It is situated in an area of great geological interest.Similar
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    Harlyn Bay - 3342 (5.9)
    On the Eastern side of Trevose Head sits Harlyn Bay. The two thirds of a mile of sand and pebbles a…Similar
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    Tregardock Beach - 3414 (5.9)
    An exposed and secluded sandy beach backed by high cliffs and littered with rocks.Similar
  25. #25
    This is a sand and shingle beach with some rocks. It is situated at the mouth of a river and is bac…Similar
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