Bedruthan Steps Beach


Bedruthan Steps Beach, which is on the north coast between Newquay and Padstow, is one of Cornwall’s most famous and striking coastal locations. The beach, which is well-known for its remarkable rock formations and long expanses of sand, provides guests with an amazing and unique experience.

The beach is well-known for its enormous sea stacks, which, according to tradition, the enormous Bedruthan utilized as stepping stones. These large boulders, strewn all over the shore, make for an incredible and strange scene, especially at low tide when the long sandy beach is exposed. In the spring and summer, bright wildflowers cover the cliffs around the beach, bringing a pop of color to the already breathtaking landscape.

Bedruthan Steps Beach is difficult to reach and not for the weak of heart; it requires a steep flight of steps cut into the rocks. It is crucial to check tide times before going due to the treacherous nature of these steps and the tides, as you do not want to be cut off by the rising waves. Since there are no facilities on the beach itself, guests should arrive prepared. The stunning vistas, distinctive geological characteristics, and solitude of this natural wonderland make the effort worthwhile.

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About Wadebridge

Famous for the Camel Trail, Wadebridge is 5 miles up from Padstow and straddles the River Camel, you can hire  bikes to ride up the trail or walk. It is a very popular trail. The town itself is full of shops and restaurants and bars and has a charming high street. There are plenty of accommodation choices in and around the area and you are in a great spot to be close to Padstow and the beautiful coastline all around.

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