Sandy beach with rock pools at low tide.
The beach lies within West Angle Site of Special Scientific Interest(SSSI).
A few interesting facts:
- The chimney is what remains of the old brick works which were shipped out from the beach.
- The cannon in the car park weighs 18 tonnes and was removed from the sea below Chapel Bay Fort, part of the Victorian fortifications built in the area.
- Thorn Island was built in 1842, the first of the Victorian fortifications to be built in the area. Boat trips can be arranged.
- Car Park.
- Public toilets.
- Picnic Area.
- Steep narrow ramp to beach (not suitable for boat launching).
We have no dog information for West Angle Bay beach.
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