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Lundy Bay and Epphaven Cove Beach, Wadebridge

Wadebridge, Cornwall, England, UK


Lundy Bay and Epphaven Cove are small beaches of sand and rocks only becoming available as the tide receeds. The beaches are quite sheltered by the headlands of Carnweather Point and Trevan Point. The area has been landscaped by the National Trust but care should be taken. Excellent cliff walks over the headlands to The Rumps or eastward to Port Quin.

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There are no facilities and only accessible by foot from the coastal path.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Wadebridge on 10th December 2016

01:23 - High Tide (2.15m)
11:24 - Low Tide (0.20m)
13:54 - High Tide (2.53m)
23:56 - Low Tide (0.27m)


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