Jackson's Bay Beach

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A steep path leads down to the beach from Redbrink Crescent. A quieter alternative to Whitmore Bay, with coastal walks. This pleasant sandy cove is backed by cliffs and the beach slopes gently into the sea.

Toilets, dogs are allowed.

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Map & Directions

Road Directions

Take the A4050 into the town then follow road lane markings for ISLAND. Continue alon Harbour Road and Breaksea Drive, right into Friars road and onto Redbrink Crescent.

Accessible by Public Transport: Barry Island station is 1 mile away.

Jackson's Bay Beach

Type:Beach

Barry Island, Vale of Glamorgan, CF62 5TU

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