Berrow Beach

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Berrow Beach: A six mile length of beach with sand dunes and firm sand, which is the second longest stretch of sand in Europe. Features include secluded sand dunes, the famous Ship Wreck, and marshland that attracts various seabirds.

At low tide a wide exposure of soft sand and mud is exposed leading to the water's edge, but note that it is very dangerous to approach the water at low tide.

TypeOverall vote
Sandy beach:4.2/10
Coastal walk:4.7/10
Popularity rank: #27

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Berrow Dunes

494 acre (200 hectare) local nature reserve with a large colony of Lizard Orchids

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How to get here

Car

For Berrow Dunes a free car park is located next to Coast road.
For Berrow beach you can park directly on the beach, signed posted from Coast road.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

Dogs:

No reported restrictions

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