Nature, animals & parks | Beaches & bays
Belcroute Bay is a hidden gem, a small, secluded cove with a shingle beach. Top tip - visit early in the day as this quiet spot loses the sun just after midday. The sheltered pebble beach makes for a perfect day’s escape. When the tide is up, it’s ideal for swimming, snorkelling and stand up paddle boarding.
- Seasonal opening
- Free entry
- Free for children
Why not try SUP Yoga and feel the gentle rock of the ocean beneath your board as you connect with this gentle seascape. The bay is safe for swimming directly off the beach, but be careful not to venture too far south as there are some strong currents passing the rocky area. The beach is not patrolled by RNLI lifeguards at any time of the year.
- Family friendly
- Pet friendly
There is access to the beach via the slipway, however, Belcroute is a pebble beach for the most part and as such, it can be difficult to move around on.
Le Chemin de Belcroute