Somerset Beaches
Sunrise : 06:59
Sunset  : 17:52

Warren Bay

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Warren Bay

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.

West Street Beach
West Street Beach
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