Mothecombe Beach –
Magical Mothercombe – untouched and unchanged over the centuries. Mothecombe beach is one of the quieter beaches in South Devon. Large and unspoilt and at low tide Mothecombe comes into its own with fine sand and plenty of opportunity for shallow, sheltered bathing. Private parking in a field with Cafe – ensure to not overload yourself with beach paraphernalia, as there is a scenic walk to the beach, 5-10 minutes walk down to the beach. Dogs are not permitted on Mothecombe Beach between 1st May and 30th September.
Bantham Beach –
pure gold sand. Very Safe for small children. Alternatively teenager /young adults or seniors may wish to hire a surf board or paddle board and explore the sea towards Burr Island or the estuary. Alternatively take a walk along the cliff to Thurlestone, Hope Cove or eat out at the Beach House Restaurant.
Dawlish Warren –
A Nature reserve with sand dunes along a golden 3 mile stretch of coastline for those who wish to have a swim or to disappear from the crowds. Or play crazy golf, and enjoy the miniature fun fair with dodgems and amusement arcades.
Blackpool Sands – (Near Dartmouth)
A private golden pebble beach, set in an unspoilt, sheltered bay, lapped by clear blue water and surrounded by magnificent evergreens and pines. Blackpool Sands is the ideal family beach to relax, swim & sail, or grab a bite to eat at the famous Venus Café for Breakfast, lunch or supper.
Relax or play, it’s South Devon’s most beautiful beach any day!
More Beaches Nearby!
Slapton Sands –
Slapton Sands in South Devon is an expansive three mile stretch of shingle beach, situated on the east-facing coast of the region. Occupying a central stretch of Start Bay, Slapton Sands is rich in both history and wildlife. The village of Torcross is the gateway to the Sands, and in its beachfront car park stands a restored Sherman tank raised from the nearby seabed in 1984 marking as a WWII Memorial.
Mothecombe beach pic sourced from Flete.co.uk