Rockham Bay beach disapears at high tide but at lower tides plenty of sand and rock pools, many quite deep for children to play on. As access is by walking only the beach does not get too busy.
The walk to the secluded Rockham bay is not too much effort, but there are three flights of steep steps to reach the beach itself.
The whole area is very beautiful and has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB). Much of the land is owned by the National Trust and the cliffs to the west of the village are designated as a Site of Special Scientific due to its maritime heath, coastal, cliff and foreshore habitats.
Car park in the village.
No other facilities at all so remember you will have to carry everything and take your litter home.