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Discover dramatic cliffs and the tranquil Yealm Estuary
Explore the quaint village of Noss Mayo situated at the mouth of the river Yealm.
Travel through the Passage Woods, ablaze with bluebells in the spring, to discover stunning coastal vistas. Admire wonderful views for miles around from the 19th-century Revelstroke Drive, and walk along the cliff paths to discover the remains of Napoleonic and Second World War sea defences at Stoke Point.
From these dramatic cliffs you can spot rare birds including the cirl bunting and seals lying on the rocks below. Follow the paths down to secluded beaches, like Cellars and Warren beaches.
Head down to Stoke Point and admire the views of the Devon coastline on this gentle 1 mile (1.6km) walk.
Or take the ferry across and visit Wembury beach. Adult return journey is £3. For more information call the ferryman, Bill Gregor on 07817 132757.