What makes a great beach? Well, the lack of road access is a big part of it. Not that you’ve far to walk from the road to Druidstone, but the 10-minute trek down the path keeps numbers down. At low tide it’s a vast strand of fine sand, with rock pools full of crabs, a waterfall, big caves to take refuge from the elements, and room for limitless games of football, cricket and volleyball. The only drawback is the rather too frequent horse treks along the surf. But nothing in life is perfect. And dogs are allowed. Bring a picnic or eat at the Druidstone Hotel Restaurant, on the clifftop above, reached by its own private path.
This is just one of the world's best beaches. So good that if you stay at the Druidstone hotel (and there is nowhere better), you find yourself hardly moving further afield. It would be good, though, if those horse treks could be limited to just one part of the beach – they do rather take over from everyone else.
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