Wembury Beach

Wembury beach is a small sandy beach which is safe for children to play and to swim in the sea. Rocky outcrops also provide interesting rock pools to explore.

The Old Mill Cafe is situated adjacent to the beach and provides a good selection of food and other shopping facilities.

Car parking is available at the National Trust Car Park situated between St Werburgh's church and the beach. Please do not park along the road as it can block access through the village and the Police are keen to maintain the access.

Adjacent to the beach is the Marine Centre which provides information about the sea and beach environment in the region. Informative activities are organised on the beach during the season, check out the website for the latest events. The coastal path touches the beach at this point and there are excellent walks for miles in each direction from the beach, with magnificent views along the coast.

Wembury Beach
Wembury BeachWembury
Bovisand Beach

Bovisand beach is situated in Down Thomas. The overall beach is divided into four beach areas which are seperated by rocky outcrops, providing many rockpools to explore. The three main sandy beaches provide a safe bathing and play area for children.

A Cafe and shop is situated on the cliff above the beach in front of which is a large grassed area where children can play. Pay car parking is available along the cliff top with access down to all four beaches.

The coastal path runs along the top of the cliff and provides access to the beaches and miles of super walking with magnificent views over Plymouth.

Bovisand BeachBovisand BeachBovisand Cliff

Heybrook Bay

Walking along the coastal path from Heybrook Bay provides miles of excellent walking; towards Wembury in one direction and towards Bovisand in the other direction. At various points along the path there are accesses down to the beach, which can vary from sandy to rocky.

Limited parking is available alongside the road. Please park with care.

The Eddystone pub is a short walk away and has super views over the sea.

Heybrook Bay