Putsborough beach is an artificial term for the southern part of Woolacombe Sands, past the cliffs just before Black Rock.
The beach is privately owned and the car park is reached by a narrow road with passing places. Above the beach are a small caravan site, and beach shop. There are several cottages and apartments available to rent.
The surf works at all tide stages but mid to high tend to have an edge. It is the only beach in the area that benefits from some protection from prevailing South/Southwesterly winds, thanks to Baggy Point headland. Peaks (of waves) are scattered all along its length. It has fairly slow waves which are excellent for beginners. The sandy beach has some rocky outcrops which provide paddling pools.
Surf Forecast for Putsborough, North Devon
How to read this surf forecast
Wave height refers to the size of the swell measured in open water close to the coastline. This means the actual size of the wave when it hits the beach may vary due to many factors including beach shape and orientation.
|Wave height (ft)||4.5||3||1.5||2.5||6|
|Last updated: 19-Aug-2018|