Breakwater Beach is Brixham’s harbourside gem. Just a short walk from the hustle and hustle of fishing life (Brixham is a working port), this beach has some of Torbay’s cleanest water. If you’re looking for a sweep of sand, you won’t find it at Breakwater Beach but on a sunny day, the white pebbles and blue water look positively tropical. It might be hard to tear yourself away from the cafe and people watching but we would recommend wondering along to Shoalstone Pool for a second or even third outdoor swim. You could also take a longer family walk to explore nearby Berry Head, and its Napoleonic forts.
Which type of beach is Breakwater Beach in Brixham?
- Steep pebble beach
- Near Brixham Marina
- Clear, clean waters (Blue Flag)
- Family atmosphere
- Beach cafe
What can I do at Breakwater Beach in Brixham?
- Swimming (no lifeguard)
- Snorkeling (no lifeguard)
- Stone tower building
What’s the beach accessibility at Breakwater Beach in Brixham?
- Three disabled spaces at Breakwater car park
- There’s a ramp onto the beach
- This is a steep pebble beach and difficult to negotiate
- Great wheelchair friendly walks all around Brixham Harbour
Where’s the best car park for Breakwater Beach in Brixham?
- Breakwater car park is the nearest to the beach
- Brixham Central car park is the nearest to the harbour
Are dogs allowed on Breakwater Beach in Brixham?
Dogs are not allowed on Breakwater Beach between May 1st and September 30th.