Beach T 1107 lies in the next small embayment, 200 m east of Watcombe Beach. It consists of a narrow sand and cobble high tide beach, bordered by rocky shore and fronted by 150 m wide intertidal rock flats. A seawall built for the old rail line backs the beach, then the Main Road, with houses on the southern side of the road.
Beach Length: 0.15km
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