A rocky beach which opens to a large expanse of sand and numerous rock pools as the tide goes out. The cliffs are rich with geological folds and there is a shipwreck in the sand. With towering cliffs, this National Trust beach is hauntingly beautiful and feels a like a cove. Children will love the sand, numerous rockpools and making dams to block the stream. Visit this beach for a secluded alternative to the main beaches.
What could be a healthier, more fun way to spend a day in Bude than taking to the waters? Whether you’re an experienced paddler or a complete beginner there are exciting options. For the adventurous, the surrounding coast offers some of the most inviting sea kayaking Cornwall has to offer.
For beach lovers Where is your own perfect beach? That could be a tough call with so much inviting coastline to explore. This is the beauty of the resort: The visitor has top facilities
The Bude Canal offers Canoe & Kayaking and is the most sheltered location. Bigger waters such as the sea or Upper Tamar Lake also await.