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A spectacular stretch of coastline boasting dramatic cliffs
A great beach, and more: some of the best rock pools in the country, good surfing, masses of wildlife and views of the distinctive island - the Great Mewstone. Wembury is a great starting point for lovely inland and coastal walks to Wembury Woods and the Yealm Estuary, and around Wembury Point. Finish your trip with a slice of Gemma and Jennifer's home-made cake in the Old Mill Café.
Wembury Marine Centre runs regular rock pool rambles for children during the school holidays. Up for an adventure? Wembury is also a great place for surfing, kayaking and snorkelling. If you want to go further afield why not take the passenger ferry across to the pretty riverside village of Noss Mayo or Newton Ferrers and enjoy a pint in one of the local pubs.
Since the National Trust acquired the land in 2006, Wembury Point has been transformed but we still need funds to help us care for it.
This year we need to raise £21,000 to enable us to improve access for buggy and wheelchair users, by creating a less steep path through the river valley down to the beach.
Run by the lovely sisters, Jennifer and Gemma, the old Mill cafe is a firm favourite with locals and visitors.
Housed in an old mill that stands right on the beach, the cafe serves delicious home-made cakes and biscuits, award winning pasties and freshly made sandwiches. A take-away service is also provided.
Wembury beach is a popular place for stand up paddle boarders and surfers.
The surf is consistent and draws regular locals and University students from Plymouth. The car park is only a short walk down to the beach and the cafe is the perfect place to warm up afterwards.
Open from 10am to 5pm during school holidays and 9am to 5pm during term time.
It’s a great place to find out about life under the sea through interactive displays, live aquaria and regular rockpool rambles. Find them in the building at the entrance to the car park.
The centre is run by Devon Wildlife in partnership with the National Trust and several other conservation bodies. Free entry.