South West England

Things to Do: Surfing and Bodyboarding

Hartland Quay Beach, Hartland Quay, Devon (North Coast)

Sand, rock pools and rocks to scramble over.

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Beach set in a bay backed by spectacular cliffs. Plenty of rock pools to explore.

Westward Ho! Beach, Nr Bideford, Devon (North Coast)

Two miles of golden sand backed by a unique pebble ridge

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This long sandy beach is ideal for families and has some eye-catching features including rows of traditional beach huts. It’s also adjacent to the South West Coast Path with nearby attractions including the picturesque fishing village of Clovelly.

Croyde Bay Beach, Nr Braunton, Devon (North Coast)

A half mile sandy bay backed by sand dunes.

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The fine sand and dunes make this a popular beach with families. The beach also benefits from high waves and is a big hit with the surfers. There is also a surf school for those who are keen to join the action on the water.

Woolacombe Village Beach, Woolacombe, Devon (North Coast)

Two miles of magnificent golden sand backed by sandy hills

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The vibrant beach is a favourite with families and has a broad expanse of golden sand and offers reasonably safe swimming. Activities on the water include surfing, windsurfing and canoeing and zoning is used to increase safety.

Barricane Bay Beach, Nr Ilfracombe, Devon (North Coast)

Attractive golden sand and shingle beach

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A quiet sand and shingle beach situated in an attractive rocky cove. There are lots of rock pools to explore at low tide and some of the shells on the beach have been washed up from the Caribbean on the Gulf Stream.

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