Coatham Sands Beach

Coatham Sands beach, Redcar, North Yorkshire

Place Category: Beaches

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  • Coatham Sands also known as Majuba Beach and is a large sandy beach backed by dunes. The dunes is a haven for wildlife and plants.

    Very popular kitesurfing, landboarding and buggy location.

    No facilities other than car parking.

    We have no current information on dog restrictions for Coatham Sands Beach.

    Why not check other beaches nearby as we have 6 beaches around Redcar, 22 beaches in North Yorkshire, or check our list of North Yorkshire Dog Friendly Beaches.

  • Coatham Sands Beach 7-day Weather Forecast

    Light rain throughout the week, with temperatures peaking at 18°C on Sunday.

    Today's Forecast
     Light rain starting in the afternoon, continuing until evening.
     
    6
    -> 
    16
       29%  43%   9 mph
      6:51 am    7:05 pm
    Saturday, Sep 23rd
     Mostly cloudy until evening.
     
    13
    -> 
    18
       5%  71%   13 mph
      6:53 am    7:02 pm

    Sunday, Sep 24th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    13
    -> 
    18
       0%  55%   13 mph
      6:54 am    7:00 pm
    Monday, Sep 25th
     Overcast throughout the day.
     
    13
    -> 
    17
       14%  99%   9 mph
      6:56 am    6:57 pm

    Tuesday, Sep 26th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    13
    -> 
    17
       15%  61%   4 mph
      6:58 am    6:55 pm
    Wednesday, Sep 27th
     Mostly cloudy throughout the day.
     
    13
    -> 
    17
       17%  84%   7 mph
      7:00 am    6:52 pm

    Thursday, Sep 28th
     Light rain starting in the evening.
     
    13
    -> 
    16
       43%  97%   10 mph
      7:02 am    6:50 pm
    Friday, Sep 29th
     Rain until afternoon.
     
    13
    -> 
    16
       55%  97%   9 mph
      7:04 am    6:47 pm

  • Coatham Sands Beach Tide Times

     

  • Coatham Sands Beach Bathing Water Quality

    Water samples are taken at regular intervals during the bathing season and at the end of the season the water quality is classified as:
    • Excellent: the highest classification meaning the water is cleanest
    • Good: generally good water quality
    • Sufficient: meets minimum standards
    • Poor: You are advised not to swim. The beach will stay open and an action plan should be in place to improve the water quality.
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