When the tide is out, West Angle is an expansive sandy beach with rock pools to the south and rocky outcrops to the north. The top end of the beach can become stony depending on how rough the sea has been, but as long as the tide is out there’s plenty of sand for sunbathing, sandcastle building and running around.
When the tide is out, West Angle is quite narrow so we’d suggest checking the tide times before visiting.
There’s a free car park right next to the beach with public toilets. During the high season there’s also a great little café with tables indoors and out.
Please be aware that there are strong currents in the sea off West Angle so take care when entering the water.