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Still wild though close to the city

I visit Wembury a lot. The beach is family friendly and used a lot by locals, and there are often... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
JoeFogey
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Plymouth, United Kingdom
peaceful

beautifu location in a peaceful setting, dog friendly from October, ideal for sitting and having a... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
dee112015
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Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 2 October 2018 via mobile

There are a lot of stones on this beach so don’t forget your sandals however there are sandy patches for all to enjoy and there is nowhere nicer to be on a hot day than a beach in Devon.
Parking was £5 for the day however if you’re a National Trust member, it’s free

Thank peterjs74
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Reviewed 28 August 2018

Lovely beach. Great rock pooling at low tide. Mainly sandy but also a bit pebbly. Quite sheltered. Nice cafe and a small beach shop.

Thank Claire S
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Reviewed 19 August 2018

National Trust Car Park (£5/day) and nice cafe. Toilets very clean.

Beach was lovely. Small and not overcrowded (for Summer). Beach was a mix of sand, seaweed and rocks. I would recommend water shoes.

My son loved building sandcastles, looking in the rock pools and jumping the waves. The sea goes quite a long way out, so can get difficult to keep an eye on little ones.

We had a great family adventure on this beach and I would recommend a visit.

Thank Munchkin1975
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Reviewed 10 August 2018 via mobile

My wife wanted to come here as she had used it a lot as a child. It’s a lovely little beach with lots of rock pools, a fresh water stream running across the beach with lots of pebbles for making dams. The old mill cafe is lovely and very reasonable. The site is owned by the National Trust so members don’t have to pay to park. The toilets are clean and there is a cold water shower outside.
The tide goes out a long way as the beach is a shallow so great for kids. Loved it

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Reviewed 9 August 2018 via mobile

Lovely area with amazing coastal walks! It was nice and sunny so we went for a dip in the sea (take silicone beach shoes). Not overcrowded, even in the height of summer. Would recommend the walk to Wembury Point. Watch out for the tall, blonde local who takes her golden retriever and other small dog (apparently called Rosie) for a walk every morning. We told her we didn’t want her dogs jumping up and barking at us and was shocked to get a load of abuse in response. Didn’t let it spoil our morning strolls though. Highly recommend a visit.

Thank sophietC5102AP
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