Overlooking Welcombe Beach

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The large white horses push towards the bay whilst the rocky coastline catches the golden light from the afternoon sun at Welcombe Beach, Devon.
Welcombe is a village and civil parish on the coast of North Devon, England, just north of the border with Cornwall. It is part of the District of Torridge. Welcombe Mouth Beach is a very secluded and quiet beach just over the border in Devon. This hidden gems is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest and is surrounded by steep, rocky cliffs and costal slopes. When the tide is low it reveals a small beach of golden sand with many rock pools to be found along the fore shore. Along with some interesting geology there is a picturesque waterfall.
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