Sandy Beach

DAWLISH (TOWN) BEACH – Not Monitored

image depicting Dawlish (Town)

Dawlish (Town)

Devon, EX7 0BS, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

Close to the town centre and a good spot for a boat trip around the bay. This sandy beach is backed by red cliffs and the railway line. Dawlish Town is another popular beach for families.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Dawlish Town beach and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Dawlish (Royal Hotel) pumping station and storm overflows at Sea Lawns, Viaduct Storm Tank, Dawlish Breakwater and Barton Hill. These overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban and agricultural drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, fishing and boat trips.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park, Sandy Lane Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and shops nearby.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest club is Dawlish Warren Life Saving Club – Teignbridge).

Good beach Guide: Dawlish Town

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

DAWLISH (CORYTON COVE) BEACH – Not Monitored

image depicting Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Devon, EX7 9EF, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

A protected sandy cove known as Gentleman’s Cove due to the shelter it offers beach users. This resort offers a range of activities including crazy golf and bowls.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Coryton Cove and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Oaklands pumping station. Overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, crazy golf, bowls, campsite and walks.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and disabled facilities.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest is at Teignmouth).

Good Beach Guide: Dawlish Coryton Cove

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

DAWLISH (CORYTON COVE) BEACH – Maintenance

image depicting Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Devon, EX7 9EF, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

A protected sandy cove known as Gentleman’s Cove due to the shelter it offers beach users. This resort offers a range of activities including crazy golf and bowls.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Coryton Cove and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Oaklands pumping station. Overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, crazy golf, bowls, campsite and walks.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and disabled facilities.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest is at Teignmouth).

Good Beach Guide: Dawlish Coryton Cove

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

DAWLISH (CORYTON COVE) BEACH – Spill

image depicting Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Dawlish (Coryton Cove)

Devon, EX7 9EF, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

A protected sandy cove known as Gentleman’s Cove due to the shelter it offers beach users. This resort offers a range of activities including crazy golf and bowls.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Coryton Cove and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Oaklands pumping station. Overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, crazy golf, bowls, campsite and walks.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and disabled facilities.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest is at Teignmouth).

Good Beach Guide: Dawlish Coryton Cove

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

DAWLISH (TOWN) BEACH – Maintenance

image depicting Dawlish (Town)

Dawlish (Town)

Devon, EX7 0BS, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

Close to the town centre and a good spot for a boat trip around the bay. This sandy beach is backed by red cliffs and the railway line. Dawlish Town is another popular beach for families.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Dawlish Town beach and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Dawlish (Royal Hotel) pumping station and storm overflows at Sea Lawns, Viaduct Storm Tank, Dawlish Breakwater and Barton Hill. These overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban and agricultural drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, fishing and boat trips.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park, Sandy Lane Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and shops nearby.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest club is Dawlish Warren Life Saving Club – Teignbridge).

Good beach Guide: Dawlish Town

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget

DAWLISH (TOWN) BEACH – Spill

image depicting Dawlish (Town)

Dawlish (Town)

Devon, EX7 0BS, Lat/Long 50.6N 3.5W

Close to the town centre and a good spot for a boat trip around the bay. This sandy beach is backed by red cliffs and the railway line. Dawlish Town is another popular beach for families.

Water quality

  • Benefits from the 2000 Dawlish Clean Sweep scheme
  • Dawlish sewage treatment works at Timaru Gardens offers secondary treatment with ultraviolet disinfection
  • The outfall from the works discharges to sea off Dawlish Town beach and is disinfected and designed to protect bathing water quality
  • There is an emergency overflow from Dawlish (Royal Hotel) pumping station and storm overflows at Sea Lawns, Viaduct Storm Tank, Dawlish Breakwater and Barton Hill. These overflows exist to protect homes, gardens, roads and open spaces from sewer flooding normally after storms
  • Bathing water quality in this area can be affected by urban and agricultural drainage.

Local activities and interests

  • Swimming, fishing and boat trips.
  • Parking at Barton Hill Car Park, Sandy Lane Car Park and Dawlish Station, Dawlish. Food, toilets and shops nearby.
  • There is no lifeguard service at this beach.
  • No Surf Life Saving GB club at this beach (Nearest club is Dawlish Warren Life Saving Club – Teignbridge).

Good beach Guide: Dawlish Town

This weather forecast is generated by the Met Office Weather Widget