Westward Ho On the North Devon Coast. Over two miles of sandy beach, backed by the Pebble Ridge. Popular with families. On a clear day views across Bideford Bay as far as Saunton and Baggy Point. Instow with a mile of golden sands, backed by dunes at its eastern end. Where the two Rivers- Taw and Torridge meet. Popular with sailors and sunbathers alike.
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Blegberry Beach North Devon Very off the beaten track, with a mile long often strenuous coast walk needed to reach it. Worth the effort for the stunning scenery and dramatic rock formations that is the North Devon Coast around Hartland Point and sheer isolation. The coast path is very steep in places.
Cliffs by their nature are unstable- keep away from edges and do not wander, or sunbathe beneath them. Rock falls can and do occur without notice at any time of year.
Croyde North Devon one of the most consistent of the Devon Surf beaches facing the Atlantic- a half mile wide expanse of sand, backed by dunes, a short walk from the village with its thatched cottages. Baggy Point in the distance. Great coast walks. Saunton Sands 3 miles of golden sands, also facing the Atlantic, stretching as far as the mouth of the Taw/ Torridge Estuary.Putsborough Sands At the south end of Woolacombe Bay.
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