Brownstone and Coleton Camp
Rugged and captivating stretch of coast
Bringing you highlights from the coast
In the springtime, delicate yellow primroses pop up in the open grassland among others, allowing a great source of food for wildlife.
This isolated submerged rock is visible from most of the paths around Brownstone, and is an ideal rest stop for birds and seals.
Dartmoor ponies graze the coastline along the South West Coast Path. They help to keep the shrub at a manageable level for the countryside rangers.
Water from the wetlands runs down onto the beach to join the sea over a mix of stones, pebble and sand.
Summer on the coast
The colourful purple heather covers the coastline during the summer and early autumn months.