Plemont is a sandy cove on the North West tip of the island flanked by soaring cliffs and pitted with caves and rock pools. Plemont is a firm local favourite, sheltered by tall cliffs and washed by gentle surf. Low tide reveals hidden caves for a fresh adventure and young ones can explore rocky pools with sandy bottoms. Check the tides before journeying to Plemont to time your beach adventure just right. At high tide the sand is covered, and locals move up to the rocks where the RNLI lifeguards watch over the beach all summer.
Facilities & Amenities
On bus routes - 8
Public toilets close to the café at the top of beach steps
Access - by steep stairs only so unsuitable for the disabled/frail
Dog Friendly - Dogs welcome between October and April but must be kept on a lead from 10:00 until 18:00 between May and September