Mill Bay Beach is a privately owned, fine sandy beach with rock pools on the opposite side of the estuary to Salcombe. Limited parking although beach can be reached by 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.
Oddicombe is a shingle beach at the bottom of red sandstone cliffs. The cliff top has magnificent views across the bay and to get down to the beach you will Read more [...]
Wildersmouth beach is one of Ilfracombe two beaches and is a small rocky bay with shingle and sand that all but disappears at high tide. This bay is sheltered and Read more [...]
Goodrington Sands is mainly a sandy beach and at low tide there are rock pools to explore. During the summer season the local steam train can be seen running along Read more [...]
Sugary Cove is a small sandy cove at the mouth of the river Dart overlooked by Dartmouth castle. Grassy picnic area above the cove with steep steps down. No facilities. Read more [...]
Wembury is within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) owned by the National Trust. The beach has some sand but mostly rocks and rock pools with guided walks around the Read more [...]
Plymouth Hoe (West) beach is not really a beach but just some rocks below Plymouth Hoe low limestone cliffs. The Hoe is a large south facing open public pace including Read more [...]
Plymouth Hoe (East) beach has a small pebble section with rocks below Plymouth Hoe low limestone cliffs. The Hoe is a large south facing open public space including a statue Read more [...]
Putsborough Sands beach is three miles of sand and surf. At the top end you have the busier Woolacombe beach whilst Putsborough is the same beach but less busy. Parking Read more [...]
Leonards Cove is small shingle beach with most people heading towards the large Blackpool Sands beach nearby. No facilities.
Redgate Beach is a small beach with access via Anstey’s Cove. Please note, this beach is believed to be closed due to the unstable cliffs. No facilities listed. We have no Read more [...]
Ladram Bay beach is sheltered and a popular destination for bathers and watersports. Ladram bay has a spectacular sight of red rock stacks formed from caves that over time were Read more [...]