Downderry Beach

Downderry Beach near Looe, Cornwall



Downderry is a south-facing, sand and pebble beach with rock pools at low tide. It is located 4 miles from the western-most end of Whitsand Bay in the far south east of Cornwall, 18 miles from Plymouth. At low tide, the cliff-backed beach stretches to around a mile and reaches Seaton.

Description

Beach at Downderry, CornwallA small car park is located in the village of Downderry, from which the western end of the beach is easily accessed via a path or slipway. There is disabled access to the western beach. Access to the eastern end of the beach is difficult.

Holiday cottages in Looe (6 miles from Downderry by road) provide self catering holiday accommodation in the area, as do Liskeard holiday cottages (11 miles).

Refreshments can be taken in a beachside pub or in the cafés and restaurants of the village. Public toilets are situated at the car park. Downderry Beach is dog-friendly. There is no lifeguard service, though the beach is equipped with rescue equipment.

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  1. Blue Plate

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