Northcott Mouth is a large pebble beach with plenty of rock pools and sand that is exposed at low tide punctuated with the distinguishing fingers of rock known as the Bude Formation. This beautiful beach feels almost like a cove with cliffs on both sides.
At low tide not only is the wreck of SS Belem exposed but the sand joins up with Crooklets Beach in the south and stretches almost as far as Duckpool. However, unless you are familiar with the tide times it is not advisable to attempt this walk.
There is a car park within a few minutes walk of the beach, but no WC facilities. Lifeguard cover is provided in July and August. Dogs are allowed on the beach throughout the year.
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