shingle beach


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shingle beach

[′shiŋ·gəl ‚bēch]
(geology)
A narrow beach composed of shingle and commonly having a steep slope on both its landward and seaward sides. Also known as cobble beach.
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In order to access the island, the Cardiff Harbour Authority said visitors need to be fit and physically able to climb 40 steps and walk on a shingle beach.
In order to access the island, the Cardiff Harbour Authority said visitors need to be fit and psychically able to climb 40 steps and walk on a shingle beach.
"Boutique beach huts overlook Saltburn's elegant Victorian prom, offering deckchairs, windbreaks, free tea and coffee, and views across the shingle beach to the spindly pier, all from just PS30 a day," said the citation.
SWANLAKE BAY, PEMBROKESHIRE The shingle beach is only accessible from the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path, so it's the perfect getaway if you need some time and space just to take in the lush surroundings.
But a shut-out that was grittier than nearby Southsea's shingle beach was marred when Mackems full-back O'Nien landed in the Fratton Park crowd after a shove by Tom Naylor.
According to the Beach Guide, visitors will find a lovely wide sand and shingle beach, far enough of the beaten track to make this one of Anglesey's true hidden gems.
It has everything from an 18th century castle to a pink oyster bar (an absolute must for Instagrammers.) You can walk along its shingle beach and take in the huts and fishing boats for an true out-of-London experience.
"Another gem is the private section of shingle beach, accessed via the farmland, which extends approximately 270m and enjoys breath-taking views of Porth Dinllaen and as far as South Stack on Anglesey."