Port Grenaugh Beach
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The small beach at Port Grenaugh lies in a sheltered cove, on the south east coast of the Isle of Man between Port Soderick and Santon Head. The beach here is a mixture of sand, shingle and rocks, and the cove is flanked on either side by cliffs backed with grassland, shrubs and gentle rolling hills. At low tide there are a number of rockpools exposed.
Access to the beach is down a narrow, single-track road and there is only parking for a small number of cars. Planning permission has been given for a small number of holiday cottages and a restaurant.
A short walk from the beach, Crank ny Merriu, a grassy promontory towering above the sea has a trench and small hill, which is all that is left of a Celtic Iron Age defensive fort.
Type of beach
Dogs friendly beach?
We do not have information on this beach but restrictions may apply (usually from Easter until the end of Summer)
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