Crooklets

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The small bay at Crooklets is due north of Summerleaze and adjoins it at low tide. The bay is formed by the rocks of Wrangle Point to the north and outcrops of rocks to the south.


Due to the small size of the beach it does tend to become quite congested in the summer. The coastal path around Crooklets provides marvelous views over to Efford Down, Millook and the Cornish north coast.

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Picks up a little more swell than Widemouth. Lefts and rights, which are steep from low to high tide. Also, left-hander from steps, 'Barrel Rock'.

Dangers:

Rocks and rips at certain stages of the tide. Crowded in the busy season.

Tides:

Surfable at all tides.

Wind:

E/SE offshore.

Admission

Opening times:

Never closes

Prices:

Free

Dogs are not allowed on this beach (Easter - September):

All day 00:00 - 23:59

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