Duckpool to Furzey Cove
|Site of Special Scientific Interest|
Maer Cliff, to the south of the SSSI
|Area of Search||Cornwall|
|Area||87.29 hectares (0.873 km2; 0.337 sq mi)|
|Natural England website|
The 87-hectare (210-acre) site, notified in 1996, is located on the north Cornish coast, mainly in Kilkhampton civil parish, 2 miles (3.2 km) north of the town of Bude. It starts at Duckpool near the hamlet of Coombe in the north, following the shores of the Celtic Sea in the Atlantic Ocean, ending at Furzey Cove near Maer in the south.
The South West Coast Path runs through the SSSI and parts of the coastline are owned by the National Trust. This site is contiguous with the Bude Coast, Steeple Point to Marsland Mouth and Marsland to Clovelly Coast (in Devon) chain of SSSIs on this section of coastline.