"The Beaches of Wales" is a comprehensive guide to every beach and cove around the entire coast of Wales.
Listing almost 500 beaches, this is an essential guide for visitors, watersports enthusiasts, walkers and anglers. For more information or to order: (currently with 20% off the recommended price of £17.99), please click below -
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Warren Bay is situated just west of Watchet, and is a beach of pebbles, mud, rocks and some sand backed by unstable cliffs. Access to the beach is down a slipway from Watchet, this part of the bay being known as West Street beach.
Watchet has several P&D car parks, cafes, pubs and a station for the West Somerset railway. It also has some very narrow streets and is likely to be congested during peak times. The sea water here is a muddy brown colour and signs warn of fast currents, mud and crumbling cliffs. Dogs are allowed at all times.
The Beaches of Wales is a complete guide to every beach and cove around the entire coast of Wales. Featuring almost 500 beaches, this is an essential guide to visitors, watersports enthusiasts and anglers.