Saltern Cove is one of the Sites of Special Scientific Interest designated in theand a local nature reserve. Uniquely in Britain, this nature reserve extends underwater to a point of 376 metres beyond the low water mark.
The beach is made up of sand, shingle and rocks, and at low tide there are many rock pools to explore.
The beach is located along the Goodrington Sands and is accessed down a set of steps from the coast path above. It is one of the coves which make up the local area known as ‘Three Beaches'.to the South of
Supervision and safety
There is no supervision at any time of year.
Maintenance and cleaning
Operated byTorbay Coast & Countryside Trust
MaintenanceTorbay Council is not responsible for this beach. Please contact Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust for any cleaning and maintenance issues.
Toilets and facilities
Transport and parking
Parking some distance away. The closest car park is Cliff Park Road.
DogsAllowed all year round.
AccessDifficult - access to the beach is down a set of steep steps from the coast path above.
AddressSouth West Coast Path, Paignton