The sun was shining for this re-visit and the beach still attracted visitors, despite it being the end of the school holidays. Fine views across a silver sea towards Exmouth featured in the east, while ancient desert sand cliffs framed the main railway line towards Teignmouth to the west. I enjoyed a last view of the first four groynes on the beach, as these were due to be removed under the Beach Management Scheme.
What the beach means to Keith.
A bright day at Dawlish Warren.
Dawlish Warren beach is almost a mile long, sitting opposite Exmouth, on the other side of the Exe Estuary. Behind the attractive, sandy beach is Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve, a wildlife sanctuary by the sea that can boast over 600 species of flowering plants in its grassland. Rangers supervise pond-dipping and tours for visitors to the reserve. Nearby Dawlish offers further coastal views and excellent shopping for the visitor.
The varied attractions of Dawlish for Brian.
The groynes and the beach at Dawlish Warren.