Beer Beach is situated in Devon within the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and lies at the foot of scenic cliffs. The beach is steep and pebbled, but is sheltered from most winds and forms a natural sun trap. It shelves into deep water, making it good for boating and bathing. A stream running through Beer village crosses the beach on its way down to the sea. The Jubilee Gardens high up on the cliff tops were created in honour of Queen Victoria and provide fantastic views across the sea.