Things to see & do
Places to explore
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Take the ferry
Discover the pretty estuary villages of Newton Ferrers and Noss Mayo on the River Yealm.
A 20-30 minute walk from Wembury car park will bring you to the small passenger ferry which will take you across the water. The path to the ferry is signposted from the car park.
It runs April to the end of September, on demand 10am to 12 midday and 3 to 4pm. During fine weather and in school holidays, 10am to 4pm, but please call the Ferryman to confirm. 01752 880079 or 07817 132757
Enjoy a bracing dip at Wembury Beach with wonderful views of the impressive Mewstone. Please note that there is no lifeguard stationed at Wembury.
Surfing and canoeing
With a swell of up to 10 feet, the beach is perfect for surfers, canoeists and kayakers of all abilities.
Diving & snorkelling
For divers and snorkelers, there is a fascinating marine environment to explore below the waves. Keep a sharp look out and you could see dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks swimming in the area.
Enjoy a relaxing trip down the sheltered River Yealm past the quaint villages of Noss Mayo and Newton Ferrers towards the sea. From Wembury Bay you can sail around the magnificent Mewstone and Wembury Point towards Plymouth Sound.
Wembury Point is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and home to a diverse mixture of plants, marine life, insects and birds. If you're lucky, you may catch a glimpse or hear the call of the beautifully coloured cirl bunting. Dolphins, porpoises and basking sharks can also be seen swimming in the area.
Wembury is a great place to explore on foot. Download one of our walks or just follow your nose. There are several geocaches hidden along the coast if you want to turn the day into a treasure hunt.
Discover on horseback this beautiful coastline and countryside.
This is a year of celebration - we are taking part in South West Coastal Festival to mark a 50 year milestone in the conservation of the coast.
Over 300 miles of the South West coast is protected by the National Trust, largely thanks to the Neptune campaign - set up 50 years ago.