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Summerleaze Beach

Summerleaze Beach has plenty of parking and is close to all facilities such as shops, cafés and surfing lessons. The sand dunes lead down to a wide expanse of flat sand, making this beach an ideal spot for families. For surfers, Summerleaze is one of Cornwall's premier surfing beaches, offering great surfing at high or low tides. Dogs are allowed all year and lifeguards patrol the beach from May through to September.

Crooklets Beach

Crooklets Beach is ideal for families, with level access to the sands and facilities for people with wheelchairs, plus excellent parking. There is also a licensed café, surf shop and public conveniences. Grassy downs gently roll towards a wide expanse of golden sands with lovely coastal walks to other beaches. This beach is also good for fishing and rock pooling and for surfers or bodyboarders. Crooklets has hollow sandbank waves and works well on all tides.

Widemouth Bay

Widemouth Bay is just a short drive from Bude and is one of the best family beaches in the south west of England. There's excellent parking, wheelchair facilities, public conveniences, beach huts, deckchair and wind break hire, surfing lessons, a café, the Bay View Hotel's restaurant for eating out, a wet fish shop if you're self catering and miles of flat golden sands. Widemouth Bay is also an ideal starting point for walking the Cornish coast towards Black Rock or Upton Beach.

Black Rock Beach

Situated on the south side of Widemouth Bay, which is accessible from Widemouth Sands at low tide, Black Rock has a combination of reef and beach break, which works at all tidal stages. Several rocky outcrops give Black Rock its name and it is a popular surfing destination. There are plenty of parking spaces, a petrol station close by and easy access to the North Cornwall coastal path and miles of flat sand north towards Widemouth Bay & Bude.

Northcott Mouth

At Northcott Mouth you can expect fast surfing on a hollow beach with break on all tides. It is a short drive north from Bude and at low tide there's a wide expanse of sand and plenty of rock pools. If you're on the surf do watch out for rip tides! There's plenty of parking available, dogs are allowed all season and lifeguards patrol from May until September.

Sandymouth

A couple of miles north of Bude is Sandymouth, which offers excellent surfing. The mouth holds a good swell giving good beach break with a variety of banks. At low tide there's a huge expanse of sand giving access to Crooklets Beach, around two miles away. Sandymouth also offers a licensed café and bistro, public conveniences, and ample parking. Dogs are allowed all season and lifeguards patrol from May until September.

Crackington Haven

A short drive south of Bude along the North Cornwall coastal road brings you to Crackington Haven. Flanked on each side by steep cliffs, Crackington Haven offers a pub & restaurant, beach café, public conveniences and excellent parking. It is ideal for families and is also popular with the bohemian set. For surfing, Crackington Haven is sheltered from northerly winds, has a good solid wave which breaks off at high tide and also holds a good swell.

Summerleaze Beach
Great for surfing

Summerleaze Beach has plenty of parking and is close to all facilities such as shops, cafés and surfing lessons. The sand dunes lead down to a wide expanse of flat sand, making this beach an ideal spot for families. For surfers, Summerleaze is one of Cornwall’s premier surfing beaches, offering great surfing at high or low tides. Dogs are allowed all year and lifeguards patrol the beach from May through to September.

Crooklets Beach
Excellent facilities

Crooklets Beach is ideal for families, with level access to the sands and facilities for people with wheelchairs, plus excellent parking. There is also a licensed café, surf shop and public conveniences. Grassy downs gently roll towards a wide expanse of golden sands with lovely coastal walks to other beaches. This beach is also good for fishing and rock pooling and for surfers or bodyboarders. Crooklets has hollow sandbank waves and works well on all tides.

Widemouth Bay
Perfect for families

Widemouth Bay is just a short drive from Bude and is one of the best family beaches in the south west of England. There’s excellent parking, wheelchair facilities, public conveniences, beach huts, deckchair and wind break hire, surfing lessons, a café, the Bay View Hotel’s restaurant for eating out, a wet fish shop if you’re self catering and miles of flat golden sands. Widemouth Bay is also an ideal starting point for walking the Cornish coast towards Black Rock or Upton Beach.

Black Rock Beach
Beautiful scenery

Situated on the south side of Widemouth Bay, which is accessible from Widemouth Sands at low tide, Black Rock has a combination of reef and beach break, which works at all tidal stages. Several rocky outcrops give Black Rock its name and it is a popular surfing destination. There are plenty of parking spaces, a petrol station close by and easy access to the North Cornwall coastal path and miles of flat sand north towards Widemouth Bay & Bude.

Northcott Mouth
Enjoy the rock pools

At Northcott Mouth you can expect fast surfing on a hollow beach with break on all tides. It is a short drive north from Bude and at low tide there’s a wide expanse of sand and plenty of rock pools. If you’re on the surf do watch out for rip tides! There’s plenty of parking available, dogs are allowed all season and lifeguards patrol from May until September.

Sandymouth
Licensed café and bistro

A couple of miles north of Bude is Sandymouth, which offers excellent surfing. The mouth holds a good swell giving good beach break with a variety of banks. At low tide there’s a huge expanse of sand giving access to Crooklets Beach, around two miles away. Sandymouth also offers a licensed café and bistro, public conveniences, and ample parking. Dogs are allowed all season and lifeguards patrol from May until September.

Crackington Haven
Good solid waves

A short drive south of Bude along the North Cornwall coastal road brings you to Crackington Haven. Flanked on each side by steep cliffs, Crackington Haven offers a pub & restaurant, beach café, public conveniences and excellent parking. It is ideal for families and is also popular with the bohemian set. For surfing, Crackington Haven is sheltered from northerly winds, has a good solid wave which breaks off at high tide and also holds a good swell.


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