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Wild Pear Beach | Hidden Beach in England

Updated: Jan 3

Wild Pear Beach is a lovely secluded bay which is protected from the wind and does include a tough walk to get too. To prove how secluded it really is, there is a rope near the end which helps you get down to the bay and back up if you need to!

Image of Wild Pear Beach in England.
Photo by @katrinabovill on Instagram

It's no wonder Wild Pear Beach is so secluded due to the amount of scrambling involved to get to it! Getting onto the beach isn't the easiest, and you'll need a good pair of walking boots plus not afraid of heights ideally! But once you're done there, you won't want to leave!

A lovely secluded beach along the coastal path, it is difficult to access as the path down is very steep and the last 5 meters of path onto the beach has been washed away and is tricky to descend but if you are sure footed it is well worth the effort. – Google Review

Overall, it's a lovely coastal walk and once you get over the hurdle of scrambling down to the beach, it is very peaceful and usually you'll be the only one there. As mentioned at the top of this article, it is a naturist beach!


Things to know before visiting Wild Pear Beach


  • Wild Pear Beach is a sandy and rocky beach.

  • There are no lifeguards present at this beach.

  • Wild Pear Beach is a naturist beach.

  • The OS grid reference is: SS 5819 4768

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