St Marys Bay Beach
Description:St Marys Bay is a large sandy beach on the outskirts of Brixham. There are no facilities or toilets so the beach is fairly quiet. There is good coast path walking around Sharkham Point and north to Berry Head.
Safety:Signs warn of unstable cliffs. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:There are steep steps from the coast path to the beach.
Dogs:Dogs allowed all year.
Directions:Brixham is about 29 miles from Exeter. From Exeter take the A38 and A380 to Paignton and at Paignton continue on the A380 to Tweenaways Cross. At Tweenaways Cross go straight across onto the A3022 to Brixham. Approaching Brixham at the Monksbridge junction turn right and follow this road to a roundabout and then turn left and follow this road to the Great Gate crossroads. Here turn right and continue on this road and then turn left onto Castor Road. Continue on Castor Road and then turn left onto St Marys Road and follow St Marys Road out of town past the holiday camp to park at the Sharkham Point car park. Then walk St Marys Road to the coast path and there is a path down to St Marys Bay Beach.
Post Code:TQ5 9PY.
Parking:Car park at Sharkham Point.