Putsborough beach is a large sandy beach in North Devon, and really just the far end of Woolacombe beach - the beach being so long it stretches from Woolacombe village down the holiday hamlet of Putsborough.
The beach stretches north for almost three miles to Woolacombe. There are parking and tourist facilities close to the beach itself. In recent years, on rare occasions.
There are no lifeguards at Putsborough beach, signs will warn of rip currents, not to bathe near the rocks and not to use inflatables in an offshore wind.
From the car park there is a road down to the beach shop/cafe and from there a concrete slope to the beach
Dogs are banned on the beach below the beach shop from 1st April to 31st October. On the beach to the north of the cafe, dogs are allowed all year - right through to Mill Rock from where they must be on the lead.
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