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St Tinney is just a stone’s throw away from a plethora of breathtaking beaches and coves needing to be explored. Filled with local history and endless activities, you will not be bored.
Our nearest beach with a large stretch of golden sand at low tide. It is tucked away between dramatic cliff faces, providing a natural shelter from the wind.
When the tide is out, there are plenty of rock pools to be explored.
The picturesque village surrounds a stunning natural harbour. Steeped in history, the harbour dates back to medieval times. Beside the harbour sits the world famous Museum of Witchcraft and Magic. It is definitely not to be missed.
Follow in King Arthur's footsteps
The legend goes that the wizard Merlin once lived in the sea cave beneath Tintagel Castle. Merlin’s Cove beach is a fantastic visit- embark on an adventure down the winding path to the little cove and explore the atmospheric cave and the magical waterfall.
Close to St. Tinney, the long stretch of sand has space for all sorts of activities. The windy beach is popular among surfers, beginner to advanced, so come and catch a wave! In the summer, the bay has full lifeguard cover, meaning safe fun for all swimming abilities
Sandy Widemouth Bay
Bude & fantastic sandy beaches
Voted number 3 in the top ten best beaches in the UK in 2021, Bude beaches are quintessentially British…soft, golden sand…uninterrupted sea views…and perfectly painted, relaxing beach huts.
You will never be bored at Bude beaches, with so much to do and explore, you will never want to leave. If you want try something more unique, check out the amazing sea pool.