Alternative Names: South Milton beach.
Type of Dive: Scenic shore dive around an offshore rock.
Suggested experience: Novice upwards.
Travel directions Plymouth: 24 miles 50 mins Google
Parking directions: Parl in the car park along the front as near to the path as possible Google 100 meters past the beach cafe.
Lat & Long: N50.257903 W-3.86112 Postcode TQ7 3JY Google
Tides: Tide tables Best dived at high tide as you can walk to the rock at low tide.
Depth: 10m at high tide.
Site entry/exit: Kit up at the top of the beach at the path to the beach and it's a simple walk into the water. Milton rock can be seen in the picture below at the bottom of the path.
Underwater directions: Surface swim out to the rock as there are gully's in between that makes navigation a nightmare. The seaward side of the rock is the deepest but on the way back explore the gully's as there is a lot see, and the remains of an unknown wreck.
Site Hazards: Navigation under the water.
Nearest Public phone: To Follow
Accommodation: Self-catering Hope and anchor Bed and Breakfast
Mobile Network service: To Follow
Other comments: The parking can be crowded on sunny summer days. There are public toilets 200 meters from the path to the sea.
Pub: Hope and anchor
Created by: Jim Booth
Cafe: Beachhouse in the summer.
Links: None so far.
Dive Map: Not required as it can be seen from the shore.
Dive Report: Comment in the box below.