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All reviews donkey rides lovely beach clean beach stretches for miles lifeboat station wind turbines walk along the beach blue flag buckets and spades fish and chips sand dunes an ice cream donuts nice walk sunny day public toilets car park
Nice fresh walk on a cold day. Beach looked very clean . Easy to park the car, don’t know what it would be like in high season. Nice and flat so is suitable for wheelchairs. Lovely walk though to blow the cobwebs away.
Very different seaside to those in Wales. It was flat, easy to park and for our age group 70 plus Auntie at 96, we were able to navigate the wheelchair without any struggle. Lots of places to sit along the sea walk, plenty of indoor...More
A lovely sandy beach with plenty of space to roam and do all the things that you want to do on a sandy beach. A great place to wander and watch the waves breaking although the wind farms do spoil the view on the horizon.
The beach was clean and inviting with obvious signs of having been raked and checked over. It felt safe for families and we were able to remove our footwear for a paddle without fear of standing on something horrible!
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dogs are banned from central and north beaches from 1st May to end September as blue flag beaches, dogs are allowed on beach to south of lifeguard station at all times, and on beach to the north of north parade car park at... More
dogs are banned from central and north beaches from 1st May to end September as blue flag beaches, dogs are allowed on beach to south of lifeguard station at all times, and on beach to the north of north parade car park at all times