Ilfracoombe Beach

Tunnels Beaches, Bath Place, Ilfracombe, United Kingdom

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IT51442406497 IT61442406497 IT121442406498 IT71442406497 IT11442406501 IT21442406499 IT41442406499Ilfracombe  is a seaside resort on the North Devon coast.The secluded beach at Ilfracombe is accessed by four  hand carved tunnels that were excavated   by Welsh miners in the  in the 1820s. The tunnels lead to an unique sheltered beaches and a Victorian bathing pool.The pool is exposed for three hours either side of low tide. 

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