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All reviews smugglers tunnel car park secret beach red sand long tunnel rock face sheltered beach protected from the wind beach visit long stretch dogs allowed lovely cove high tide an adventure worth a visit dog friendly beach walking difficulties
With a car park a super short walk away, you are greeted with a tunnel... and a short walk down to the beach.. the beach isnt massive but its stunning ... beautiful view, lovely sea, great for all the family
Take the underground tunnel to this secret smugglers cove. It is an experience in itself. Rumor has it that is Lord Clifford one of the original owners of The Ness enlarged his fortune by smuggling through this cove
Came here via smugglers tunnel, my son found this brilliant to walk through and you can really hear the sea crashing around you. The cove on the other side is stunning, beach clean and lovely views, we walked all the way along and back, this...More
We had just visited Shaldon Zoo and saw the signs for Ness Cove so wanted to have a look. We went through the tunnel and came out to some stunning views. The kids found a crab and had great fun paddling in the sea
We visited this stunning beach after having lunch at the nearby Ness at Shaldon. It's a short walk through the tunnel from The Ness Car Park and is in such a beautiful location. The views to the east are far ranging and on a clear...More
You need to be aware that there is a tunnel to this beach which adds charm and although well lite could put people off as sounds echo and you cannot see the opening as it is not in a straight line - also there are...More
This beach is great, especially if you’re a dog owner. Dogs allowed all year. Secluded and never crowded. Have often seen seals very close to the shore. Ample parking at the top of the tunnel onto the beach.
Took a walk through the tunnel and enjoyed the surprise at the bottom, a very quiet beach with three people fishing. Whilst there I watched a young lad cast out and within a few short minutes reel in a Gurnard. Went to eat in the...More