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All reviews great beach opening scene clean beach can walk for miles kite flying dog walking bracing walk golf course public toilets walk along the beach great walk low tide sunny day chariot sandals dunes cobwebs
We travelled to St Andrews to visit the aquarium and originally parked on a car park in the town centre as it wasn't clearly signposted where the car parks are. You can't fail to notice this beach from the aquarium and decided to drive there...More
Immaculate beach which well worth a walk and paddle - if you are lucky enough to get some sunshine . We walked quite a way along the sand then returned via west sands road so as to view the golf courses. Was a lovely walk
Beautiful beach, perfect for long walks and blowing away the cobwebs. Recently we walked right to the end on the understanding that there are usually grey seals there - and there were! Children thrilled, me relieved (and thrilled) - lovely experience.
Myself,My Husband and our 2 kids visited the beach as part of our day spent in St Andrews. The beach was lovely, the tide was way out. It was quite busy but the beach is big so plenty of room. The kids loved just walking...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... 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.