Beauport Bay on the South West coast is a very popular bay with the locals and once you have navigated through the small pebbles, the golden sands beckon. Due to its idyllic sun trap location it is perfect for sunbathing and shelter from the wind is provided by the surrounding tree lined cliffs.

The waters are crystal clear and it is ideal for swimming, snorkeling and scuba diving with lots of exploring to do making it perfect for young families, you can even pick your own blackberries from the sides of the path leading to the beach and there is plenty of wildlife to explore for those more adventurous! So arrive early to get the full benefit from this picture postcard beach.

The beach is not suitable for those with mobility issues as there is a long steep stairway down to the beach, however the view out to sea from the cliffs which can be further enhanced by the anchored yachts in the bay is well worth the visit alone. Parking facilities are good and due to the steep descent to the beach it does not become overcrowded, although there are no other facilities including toilets on the beach.

Facilities include
Clean water, fresh air, nature, and the great view of Beauport Bay
Toilets are at the car park and beach ends of the cliff path
Liberty Bus offer a very helpful guide to help visitors plan your trip here
(Bus Trip Planner)

Image Courtesy Aran Clarke

Image Courtesy Aran Clarke




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