This spectacular and secluded beach is located at the end of a residential street in Blairgowrie, so it is best to access it as part of The Coastal Walk. The track to the beach is undulating and there are timber seats placed overlooking the beach – a great place to stop and admire the view.
This beach abounds with beautiful rock pools and rock formations waiting to be explored. Some of the rocks are covered in seaweed and can be slippery. At one end of the beach, you can peak through a gap in the rocks and see the cove on the other side. There is a nice stretch of sandy beach at low tide so this is the best time to visit. The beach is unpatrolled and there are exposed rocks and reef especially at low tide.