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Sandy Bay, Exmouth - Blue Flag beach 2010
Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay in Exmouth

Sandy Bay in Exmouth is a half-mile long privately owned beach which is sheltered and ideal for families.

The beach is good for swimming and water sports, and there is a lifeguard during the summer months.

Rockpools are also great for the kids.

There is disabled access and facilities for wheelchair users.

Facilities include car parking, toilets, and cafes. There is also deckchair and pedallo hire.

Sandy Bay is a re-entry in 2010 - it last held a Blue Flag in 2008.

How to get to Sandy Bay: From Exmouth, follow the Littleham/Sandy Bay signs which will bring you to Devon Cliffs Holiday Park, where directions to the beach will be provided by the gate security personnel. Or use the Exeter to Exmouth Sandy Bay bus route.




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Blue Flag beaches in Devon
13 May 10 |  Nature & Outdoors

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