St Mary’s Bay is a delightful secluded beach with interesting rock formations and surrounding cliffs. It is Brixham's largest beach and is made up of sand and shingle. Access to St Mary’s may be difficult but if you persevere you will find a delightful sandy stretch of beach at the bottom of the cliffs.

It is just off the South West Coast Path  Opens in a new window where you can find wonderful panoramic views of the area overlooking the beach and Berry Head National Nature Reserve  Opens in a new window is nearby.


Supervision and safety

Supervision

There is no supervision at any time of year.

Safety

Lifebuoys are available all year round.

Awards

Good Beach Guide

Maintenance and cleaning

Operated by

Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust

Maintenance

Torbay Council is not responsible for this beach. Please contact Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust for any cleaning and maintenance issues.

Toilets and facilities

Toilets

None available.

Facilities

None.

Dogs

Allowed all year round.

Disabled access

Access

Difficult - access via a footpath and steep steps.

AddressSouth West Coast Path, Brixham

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