This beach is separated from the town by a dune system and a National Trust Reserve, Formby Pinewoods, which has red squirrels and neolithic remains. There’s a large car park behind the dunes, so access is good. It’s an attractive, sandy beach, popular with visitors, walkers and fishermen. There is a designated dog exercise area and Formby beach forms part of the Sefton Coast Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Dave’s preferred morning activity.
What the beach means to Rob, Helen and Michael.
A 9.6 metres high tide at Formby Point.