Hot Water Beach

Name: Gillian
Rating: 8/10
on 25 October 2005

If you were to draw a line between the rocky bank/cliff and the rocks immediately offshore, the springs are immediately either side of that line and near the low tide mark. It is best to visit an hour to two hours either side of low tide to get the best of the springs. You will need a spade and you may find a bucket useful for adding cool water to your pool or to cool down after bathing. It can be fun to lay on your pool as the tide starts to come in and the odd wave splashes into your pool. This is not a safe beach for swimming and apparently the part immediately by the rocks, just out from the springs, is the most dangerous.