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Used this beach for a few days once we found it.
Next to the zoo, follow signs for "smugglers tunnel". A nice enclosed, dog friendly beach so safe for our puppy to roam and test his paws in the sea, without the fear of him...More
The beach, at the end of the short smugglers tunnel is lovely. No facilities do make sure you take everything with you! Having said that the walk back to the top of the tunnel where the gift shop and toilets are located isn't that long....More
This beach is acessed via a tunnel,well lit as well there are loads of steps and the are very steep in places.Not advisable for wheelchairs or buggies. The breach is very clean,and a great background with devon red rocks a photographers dream..It is a very...More
You can enter this beach via the “tunnel”which leads down to the beach, via flat walking and also some 30 odd steps. The cove is amazing and the rocks are a lovely red / brown colour. The sand is not at all soft, but is...More
We found this by accident when visiting Shaldon Zoo but it is a gem.
You access it via a cave/tunnel which takes you down many many steps to the beach, through the cliff. The kids loved this aspect of it and the beach itself was...More
Great for dog walking as it’s a secluded cove so dogs can run free without running off . We’ve got a puppy so ideal for her to run some energy off . It has a tunnel you have to go through to get to it...More
Ness Cove is gorgeous, tucked away, which is a selective process. No "Kiss me Quick" hats here. It's quiet with no café at the beach. Friends who live in Teignmouth brought us here. It is approached by a tunnel under the cliff, reputedly an old...More