Nestled in the North coast, this tiny fishing port is sheltered by green cliffs with a small sandy beach. This is the perfect place to roll out a family picnic or sunbathe to the soothing sound of fishing boats clinking in their moorings. The bay is North facing so you will lose the sun as it sinks below tall cliffs in the late afternoon, but linger a while longer for a slow sunset on summer nights.
Facilities & Amenities
On bus routes - 4
Public toilets - Accessible facilities available
Disabled Access via slipway.
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