Wick is a remote sandy beach is reached by a public footpath from the Monknash road west of Wick village. Roadside parking for about 3 or 4 cars can be found at (Grid Ref: SS911720), from where a public footpath follows a narrow track, then leads across three fields to a gully. The final descent to the beach is by means of two steel ladders. The effort to get here is worth it as this is one of the largest areas of sand on this stretch of coast. The unstable cliffs are some 200 foot high and composed of layers of limestone and shale.
Being rather isolated, this beach has found favour with local naturists. One thing that often spoils it is an unsightly tideline of assorted marine debris.