Take a second to appreciate
everyday beauty

Sandy beaches, secret hidden coves and Exmoor National Park are all within easy reach. Surfing beaches, vibrant beach huts, unique sculptures, fishing harbours, rock pool coves and breathtaking North Devon walks are all waiting for you.


The beaches of Croyde, Saunton and Woolacombe have miles of golden sands and amazing surfing.


For the more adventurous there is coasteering. Feel the adrenaline pump as you jump from rocks into the sea below.

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The stunning North Devon coast has many beautiful hidden coves, perfect for exploring by SUP board.

Horse riding

Book an early morning rides along the golden sands of Woolacombe or family treks through Exmoor.

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The sheltered coves around Combe Martin offer a terrific range of activities available to suit all tastes including kayaking and SUP boarding.

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Walk the South West Coastal Path and Exmoor National Park. Family friendly footpaths and secret swimming holes and much more.


The Tarka Trail has miles of traffic free cycling, perfect for families. Exmoor has great road cycling and challenging hills.

Exmoor National Park

Exmoor has so much to offer. Walk along cliffs and soak in the stunning views, relax and enjoy a cream tea by the side of a babbling brook, or find a secret swimming hole for a refreshing dip. Explore the mysterious woodlands or stop at the many view points on the heather topped moorland and watch the Exmoor ponies.


Woolacombe is a beautiful beach, 3 miles of golden sands which was voted one of the best beaches in the world in 2021. It is popular with surfers and body boarders and renowned for its water quality, cleanliness and facilities.  Lifeguards are present to ensure safe family swimming during the summer.  ​

Barricane Beach

If you prefer more secluded spots, there are plenty of other beaches around Woolacombe to explore, such Barricane and their famous Sri Lankan curry.

Appledore and Instow

Old fishing villages filled with beauty and charm located on an estuary of the Taw and Torridge rivers. The freshly caught seafood is highly recommended.


Broadsands is a total hidden gem. This beach is only accessible by a fairly precarious steep climb down of 220 steps. One for the adventurous.

Saunton Sands

Saunton is a lovely beach with miles of golden sandy beach with sand dunes. Perfect waves for long boarders and beginner surfers.

Braunton Burrows & Crow Point

Crow Point is a sandy beach backed by low dunes on the southern end of Braunton Burrows Nature Reserve. It has miles of dog friendly board walks.


A very popular beach both with swimmers and the more experienced surfer. Rated as one of the best surfing beaches in the world.

Tarr Steps

Tarr Steps is a great circular walk with rope swings across the river, huge stone steps across the ford and good luck money trees are to be found.