Beer Beach in East Devon is a very pretty, curved, pebble beach and usually quite busy all year round. The picturesque village of Beer lies around the cove and is Read more [...]
Find The Nearest Beach Devon
Planning a trip to Devon and looking for the nearest beaches, well Devon has two quite different coastlines. The North Devon coast facing the Atlantic has cliffs and great sandy beaches with surfing being the main past time. The South Devon coast facing the English Channel has beaches, red sandstone cliffs and forms part of the Jurassic coast perfect for families and those interested in water sports such as windsurfing and diving.
Finding the right Devon beach is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Devon beach visit.
Bigbury-on-Sea beach is a large sandy beach, with some shingle mix. The beach is popular with surfers, windsurfers, kitesurfers and swimmers and great for traditional children beach games with shallow Read more [...]
Challaborough beach is a popular family and surfing beach offering a predominantly left-hand point break. It has a horseshoe shaped bay with a sand bar protecting the entrance and is Read more [...]
Gara beach is a sandy beach with plenty of rocks to explore. Abraham’s Hole is a large cave that runs into the cliff. No facilities, with access to the beach from Read more [...]
Preston Sands beach is a red sandy beach and at low tide you will find rock pools at the northern end. Further along it joins Paignton promenade and Paignton Sands Read more [...]
Maceley Cove beach is a sandy beach that disappears at high tide and sits under the protection of the high cliff of Gammon Head. Access is down a steep path from Read more [...]
Wonwell Sands beach is a small sandy beach on the east side of the Erme estuary. At low tide you have a large area of sand but the beach becomes Read more [...]
Torcross beach is situated at the western end of shingle bar known as Slapton Sands that encloses Slapton Ley. This is the busiest part of the beach and is a Read more [...]
Hollicombe beach is set below high sandstone cliffs this sheltered red sand beach is a real sun trap and at low tide rock pools are exposed at both ends. This Read more [...]
Seaton beach is a mile long pebble beach, gently sloping and safe to swim. At low tide you can see some coarse sand patches. At the top of the beach Read more [...]
Shoalstone beach is a small shingle and rocky beach adjacent to Brixham’s outdoor seawater swimming pool. There is easy access to the promenade surrounding the beach and pool, with a cafe Read more [...]
Westcombe beach is a small remote sandy cove. A little way outside Bigbury and requires a walk along the coast path to arrive at what is a nice picturesque cove Read more [...]