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BEDRUTHAN STEPS BEACH
One of the most spectacular beaches in Cornwall, this beach is possibly best enjoyed from the clifftop! There is a steep, narrow set of steps (closed between November and February) down to the beach making access difficult.

The beach is named after the impressive sea stacks said to be the stepping stones of the giant Bedruthan.
Lifeguards: none.
Dogs: no restrictions, allowed all year.

TRANSPORT
Grid reference: LR SW848695
Latitude/longitude: 50.486228N and 5.034303W
Post code: PL27 7UW (for sat nav purposes)
Parking: a National Trust car park level with the clifftop view point.

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