A lovely spot on the coast with an outstanding beachside cafe (dogs outside only, and water bowls are provided).
Well worth a visit too is the restored 16th century smallholder's cottage, with a fascinating glimpse of daily life in this remote corner of the island over a 100 years ago. Now looked after by the National Trust, it's a rewarding experience for children and adults.
WCs+disabled, free parking, cafe, restaurant. The car park is at the beach end of Church Bay, next to the Wavecrest cafe and the Lobster Pot restaurant.
More than a lovely little beach, Swtan is blessed with fantastic coastal walks in both directions.
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