Sandy Beaches Near Bude Within 28 Miles By Votes

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    Woolacombe Sands - 7.9 (27 Miles)
    The beach is 2.5 miles long, sandy and gently sloping. The beach has Blue Flag and Premier Seaside …Similar
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    Bossiney Haven - 7.9 (13 Miles)
    A sheltered sandy cove completely covered at high tide.Similar
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    Welcombe Mouth - 6.9 (7 Miles)
    An exposed and secluded bay backed by cliffs, popular with the locals.Similar
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    Widemouth Bay - 6.9 (2 Miles)
    This large sandy beach with its adjacent rocky reefs provides good rock pooling opportunities. Back…Similar
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    Saunton Sands - 5.9 (24 Miles)
    A long straight sandy beach backed by impressive sand dunes.Similar
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    Westward Ho Beach - 5.9 (19 Miles)
    Long sand beach backing onto a pebble ridge linking to Northam Burrows Country Park. Access via ram…Similar
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    Harlyn Bay - 5.9 (27 Miles)
    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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    Rock Beach - 5.9 (25 Miles)
    A sandy beach on the eastern side of the Camel estuary.Similar
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    Tregardock Beach - 5.9 (16 Miles)
    An exposed and secluded sandy beach backed by high cliffs and littered with rocks.Similar
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    Greenaway Beach - 5.9 (24 Miles)
    A little known cove of sand and rocks situated at Trebetherick near Polzeath. Nearly always quiet a…Similar
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