Marsland Mouth beach - circular walks

Marsland Mouth beach

The beach at Marsland Mouth, Cornwall

Marsland mouth is a pebble beach at high tide with areas of rock and sand exposed at low tide. Either side of the beach are reefs with the rocky ridges typical of the coastline around Bude. The stream on the beach forms the Devon border so half the beach is in Cornwall and half in Devon. At low tide the rock platform joins up with Welcombe Mouth.

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Circular walks visiting Marsland Mouth beach

  • 4.4 miles/7 km - Strenuous

    Morwenstow to Marsland

    Marsland Mouth

    Morwenstow to Marsland

    4.4 miles/7 km - Strenuous

    A circular walk from Vicarage Cliff along the coast path to Marsland Mouth at the Devon border, returning through fields to Morwenstow rectory, church and the Rectory Tearooms - the last stand of the Cornish cream tea before the Devon border.

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