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A secluded, unspolit beach at Ayrmer
Located next to the beautiful village of Ringmore, Ayrmer Cove is an amazing site with stunning open cliff faces and rock formations with views out to secluded coves.
Reach Ayrmer Cove by travelling along old smugglers lanes through the peaceful Ringmore valley past fields and mixed woodland coppices teaming with diverse wildlife including adders, dragonfly, dormice and the rare cirl bunting.
Stroll through Ringmore Wood to see some classic English woodland including willow and oak trees and in the spring, carpets of bluebells and primroses. Keep a close eye on the sea also as there is a chance you may spot basking sharks or dolphins off the coastline.
Thank you to all those who came and helped us clean the beach
We had a great day with over 40 people helping out. The most unusual find was a toilet seat. Most of the rubbish consisted of fishing line, rope and plastic.
A big thank you to Salcombe Dairy who provided free ice-creams at the end.
A pint and a spot of lunch?
Visit the Journey's End Inn which dates from the 13th century. Once the haunt of smugglers, it still houses a secret room where smugglers hid their contraband.