Things to see & do
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The wetlands behind the beach still see plenty of wildlife.
Large numbers of wildfowl can gather here in winter, including Wigeon, Teal, Mallard and Shoveler. Lapwing, Snipe and other waders stop to feed and shelter.
Onshore winds build during these months; coupled with the high tides this wild landscape can change dramatically.
Now the summer crowds have gone
South Milton Sands is part of a beautiful stretch of coast; follow the South West Coast Path to discover secluded sandy coves and jagged cliffs. As we move into autumn and winter you might have some of these places all to yourself.
Something for everyone
Rock pools teeming with marine life
The dynamic and constantly changing coastline
Follow the coast path to the pretty village of Hope Cove
Beachcomb and make your own wild art
Drop in for coffee and cake or a delicious seafood lunch
One of the best places to catch a sunset or stay longer and enjoy some stargazing