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Sleeping Bay

Sleeping Bay is a small cove of red sandstone rocks and seaweed strewn sand, which is very sheltered and a good place for sunbathing. Access is from the western side of Sandy Haven by wading across the Sandy Haven Pill during the low tide period. Care needs to be taken not to get cut off by the incoming tide as this is the only route on and off the beach. Although the low cliffs can be easily climbed in several places, a wide margin of dense thorny scrub separates the clifftop from the coastal path.

From the coastal pathFrom the coastal path
From the coastal path
From the coastal path
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