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Place Category: Beaches
Skrinkle Haven beach is a small rocky bay surrounded by high cliffs with sand at low tide. Access to the beach is via steep steps with all the land in this area owned and managed by the National Trust.
At the eastern end of Skrinkle Haven you have Church Doors, a limestone arched cave entrance between the beach and a rocky cove.
Picnic area at the top of the cliffs.
No water quality measurement available for Skrinkle Haven Beach.
Photos from around the surrounding area