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Lee Bay Beach, Ilfracombe

Ilfracombe, Devon, England, UK


Lee Bay beach has a very gentle slope and the beach is also accessible from the coastal path via a National Trust maintained path and staircase down the cliff face. As the tide goes out you get more sand as it emerges from among the rocks.

Lee Bay is situated a rugged stretch of coast between Ilfracombe and Woolacombe, which includes Bull Point (with its lighthouse) and Morte Point, both notorious for shipwrecks, and both on the South West Coast Path.

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Tides & Weather

Tide Times & Heights for Ilfracombe on 9th December 2016

00:42 - High Tide (7.41m)
06:56 - Low Tide (2.79m)
13:22 - High Tide (7.77m)
19:35 - Low Tide (2.38m)


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