This whole area is well known around the world, as it was used during WWII by the Americans who were practising for the D-Day landings. The South West Coast Path runs along this spectacular stretch of coast. Slapton Sands is a shelving bank of shingle and pebble, widely used by fishermen for casting from the beach. A road runs between the shingle bank on the sea side and a freshwater lake on the other.
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