Visit Lee Bay
Lee Bay an idyllic secluded beach on the Exmoor coast, below the stunning Lee Abbey. The beach itself is rocky, with shingle and some sand at low tide.
The beach is small, rocky but sheltered and good for bathing, and is reached by a toll road. Driving take the A361 towards Barnstaple, and then the A39 to Lynton and Lynmouth.
Did you Know? In the mid 1600’s a heartbroken bride to be threw herself from the cliff known as ‘Jenny’s Leap.
Taking a trip to the beach. Get there by train or car.
LOCATION: , North Devon
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Map of Lee Bay
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