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A very busy beach even in October. However it is so big that there is plenty of space for everyone - dog walkers, children playing, even horse riders. We had a lovely walk along the beach and then just a short stroll into town. Need...More
It is some years since we had been to this beach and we were disapponted to see how much it has gone downhill.
Fences have been put up along both edges of the dunes rresticting access to a few dwsignated paths and preventing access to...More
We drove down West Sands Rd, along the Old Course. There are some terrific views of the golf course from here, as well as the beach. Great place for some unique photos of the course if you use your imagination. It gets windy in this...More
We had to visit and walk this famous beach (being a Chariots of Fire fan)…. It was more amazing in person, as the wind swept over it. I was astounded at how long you can walk along the beach. Great place to people watch, see...More
I have never been to St Andrews before but was pleasantly surprised to see how lovely the beach was. We spent two days in this lovely town and each day walked along the beach. It was actually sunny. I know!! Scotland October and sunny.
To be fair it’s just a long beach of which there are hundreds around the UK coast. This one happens to be next to the home of the history of golf and the iconic running scene from the film ‘Chariots of Fire’
Yes, there is a stretch of rock that is exposed during low tide quite close to the beach wall, which forms rock pools accessible for exploring. Obviously ensure you are aware of high and low tide times, and identify your... More
Yes, there is a stretch of rock that is exposed during low tide quite close to the beach wall, which forms rock pools accessible for exploring. Obviously ensure you are aware of high and low tide times, and identify your exit route to avoid the danger of getting trapped by incoming tide.