Lots of beautiful beaches near to Andrewshayes, sandy or pebble there is plenty of choice. Sunbathing, rockpooling, fossil hunting or just a stroll along the…
The beaches are a mixture of sand and pebbles and are perfect for families. Lyme Regis is ideal for relaxing on the main sandy beach which gently slopes out too see, great for paddling and young swimmers.If you want to try some fossilising join one of the many guided fossil walks. Head to Monmouth Beach to the West, or off to the far East towards Charmouth, which is also amazing for rock pooling when the tide is out.
The mile long Esplanade is perfect for a good flat walk with a lovely café called The Hideaway at the Western end past the beach huts. Dogs can be walked at either end of the beach all year round.You can also explore the Axmouth end of the beach which heads out to the East alongside the river, past the harbour and fishing tackle shop and café. A great spot for crabbing off the harbour wall.
Much loved by locals and the nearest beach to Andrewshayes just 6 miles away. This pebble beach is long and wide. It slopes steeply into the water so best for confident swimmers.The mile long Esplanade is perfect for a good flat walk with a lovely café called The Hideaway at the Western end past the beach huts. Dogs can be walked at either end of the beach all year round.
A popular and large beach at the end of the Jurassic Coast with 2 miles of golden sand. It’s ideal for families who just want to relax or build sandcastles and there are lots of facilities near the beach.Exmouth is also ideal for watersports with kite surfing, kayaking, stand up paddle boarding or windsurfing available. It’s approx. 45 minutes drive to Exmouth from Andrewshayes and certainly worth a day trip.
A quaint fishing village this a favourite stop along the South West Coast Path. The beach is all pebbles set in a small bay.Fishing boats and crab pots line the beach and there is a wet fish shop by the jetty area. In the summer you can hire a deck chair and relax or rent a small boat and explore the coastline from a different viewpoint.