We parked in the National Trust car park which has plenty of space and a WC but you cannot see the cove from the carpark. There are two pats down to the cove; we chose the more direct route which was easy at first, but became steeper with slippery steps and a finally a scramble over boulders. But if you can manage this path you get fantastic views of the cove and coastline beyond. Go at low tide if possible as most of the sand is covered at high tide and you can't walk between the different beaches. There is a cafe at the back of the cove which serves light meals, teas etc and is the starting point for the much easier (but longer) path back up to the car park.
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