Nethertown beach is mainly shingle, with a broad strip of sand exposed at low-tide. Behind the beach are grassy dunes through which runs the single-track coastal railway line. Between the railway track and the beach are a scattering of chalets and beach bungalows.
From the beach there are views over the Irish Sea and Sellafield nuclear reprocessing plant to the south. The fells of the Lake District can be seen in the distance. The west-facing beach gets some good sunsets.
During the Second World War, the nearby village of Nethertown was home to an anti-aircraft training camp.
There are a number of caravan parks along this stretch of the coast.
Type of beach
Sand & shingle
Dogs friendly beach?
No dog restrictions.
- Good fishing
OS grid ref.
NX 9878 0737
Parking is adjacent to the beach.
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Nethertown Beach Reviews
Wow a beautiful pebbly beach ruined by the human race full of plastics , car parts, ..pipes , rusty mattresses .felt so sad and ashamed ! What is wrong with people ,tried to pick some up but miles of mess…need skips !