Tor Bay is a large sandy beach that is shaped like a horseshoe. There
is always some sand even at high tide and because it is enclosed and partially
sheltered, this makes it popular with bathers. However there are no lifeguards
on this beach.
It stands at the Eastern end of Oxwich
Bay. At low tide you can walk West to Oxwich, past Nicholaston
Burrows or East to Three Cliffs.
If the tide is in, then the coastal paths need to be followed.