The village of St Bees is on the western coast of Cumbria, at the end of a long valley, four miles south of Whitehaven. It has a long sandy beach, and is a popular holiday resort. Nearby, the rocky promontory of St Bees Head, the westernmost point of Cumbria, is the start of the 'Coast to Coast walk'.

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Mysterious Britain: St Bees Priory
Information about the priory and the preserved body known as St Bees Man.
The Priory Church
Information about this church, its history, its services and its social functions.
The RSPB: St Bees Head
Information about this, the largest seabird colony in north-west England. Details of species to be seen, plus accessibility, directions and facilities.
St Bees
A guide to village history and facilities, including virtual tours, events listings and village forum.
St Bees Man
Personal account of a visit to see the St Bees Man exhibition in the village priory.
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