Polzeath Beach

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Polzeath Beach: This is a sand and shingle beach with some rocks. It is situated at the mouth of a river and is backed by interesting cliffs. The beach has rock pools and includes a voluntary marine nature reserve.

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Three distinct peaks (rights and lefts). Also left at mid tide on the left handside of the beach, off the rocks.

Dangers:

Rocks to the left and right of the bay at varying stages of the tide, overcrowding on busy days and exhausting paddle on big days. Rip on the right hand side of the beach at low tide. Dangerous access into the water via New Polzeath after mid-tide. Also avoid steps access at this tide.

Tides:

Surfable at all tides, better at low to mid tide.

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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