This privately owned, pebbled beach lies in a bay sheltered by red cliffs. Impressive sea stacks rise from the sea, formed from some of the oldest rocks along the World Heritage Coast. The location is perfect for swimming and fishing. Rowing boats and kayaks can be hired from the beach and the site is also popular with divers, although the water can be murky unless the weather has been calm for a while. There are rock pools for children to explore at the far end of the beach. Access is via the Ladram Bay Holiday Park and there is limited parking available.