Things to Do: Beaches
A National Trust owned beach in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
This beach is owned by the National Trust and is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The beach comprises coarse sand with rocky outcrops and has plenty of rockpools to explore at low tide.
A sand and shingle beach close to the Exe Estuary
Two miles of golden sand and safe swimming make this a popular beach with families. There are also a number of attractions in Dawlish Warren, including children’s rides and amusements, making this the perfect day out by the sea.
Snuggled between the impressive cliffs of the south Devon coastline
Coryton Cove, formerly known as Gentleman's Cove in Victorian times, is a secluded and picturesque cove located at the end of the seawall in Dawlish. With a small café offering light refreshments and toilet facilities close by. Coryton Cove offers something for everyone.
A waterside village with beaches, boats and picture postcard houses
Nestled at the foot of one of south Devon's landmarks, 'The Ness', Ness Cove beach is only accessible via an original smugglers tunnel. A secluded family beach with café facilities.
A sand and shingle beach that is the heart of the town
The beach is popular with families and its central location makes it ideal for the traditional day out by the sea. There is plenty to do and the beach has life guards and first aid facilities.