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Mewslade Bay

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Mewslade Bay

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Carl K wrote a review Sep. 2020
Bicester, United Kingdom337 contributions198 helpful votes
Not really much I can say, it's a bay but beautiful if you are in the area its worth a visit.. There are a number of equally stunning bays... L local told us to take th path to the right over to the next bay then on to worms head
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Mark wrote a review Oct. 2019
2 contributions3 helpful votes
Beautiful quiet cove near Rhossilli and Middleton. Well worth the short walk. There's a carpark available (and sign posted) in Middleton, £3 into an honesty box, which is handy if you need to carry a picnic to the beach.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Stuart Aken wrote a review Oct. 2019
Lydbrook, United Kingdom348 contributions143 helpful votes
We found this place by accident, while walking from Worms Head. Glad we did. It's a lovely place with rugged cliffs and a sandy beach. It was very windy on our visit, so we didn't risk the path leading down into the bay itself (as pensioners, we know our own strengths!), but it was very worthwhile spending time on the cliffs above. Really beautiful scenery.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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cjlawton wrote a review Jul. 2019
Puylaurens, France39 contributions17 helpful votes
We have been coming here since our children (now on their thirties) were tiny. It is the perfect British beach, fine sand, cliffs behind, caves to explore, rock pools. The sand is completely covered each high tide so always clean. The beach is never crowded as there is 15 minute walk from a car park althougj fairly gentle until the ladt, rocky scramble down ln to the sand. It is popular with snorkellers and scuba divers but no good for surfing. Swimming is safe.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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eryn jones wrote a review Jul. 2019
6 contributions3 helpful votes
While all the tourists may head for the view of Rhossili half a mile down the road, the locals use this place. £3 car parking in the honesty box and then a 10 minute walk down the valley brings you out in a wonderfully tranquil and clean beach. So much more for the kids to do with rock pools and little coves galore
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Date of experience: June 2019
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