Make the most of longer evenings in South Devon

With wildflowers blooming and birds returning to our shores, a stroll along South Devon's coast or a quiet spot to watch the sunset are all excellent ways to while away those extra hours.

Thorn back ray case washed ashore

Wembury strandline walk

The walk between Wembury Beach and Wembury Point shows off the wonderful views out across the sea and to the Great Mewstone. The walk is a great opportunity to investigate the strandline for a glimpse into the hidden treasures of the sea.

Sunset over Thurlestone Rock and South Milton Sands

Seaside snacks and sunsets

Wiggle your toes into the sand on a stroll along South Milton's beach, an ideal spot for watching a dramatic sunset on a clear day. The Beachhouse cafe provides tasty options to enjoy in this picturesque spot.

Dramatic views of rocks and waves below the path

Gara Point walk

A strenuous but rewarding walk round the wilder side of the Yealm estuary, from Gara Point to Noss Mayo, taking in a combination of Victorian history and wildlife along the way.

There is a wonderful circular walk around Little Dartmouth

A circular walk from Little Dartmouth

Enjoy a beautiful walk with far-reaching views. Take a detour and visit the secluded, sandy Compass Cove. Finish at the ruin of Gallants Bower, an old Civil War fort with impressive 360-degree views across the Dartmouth estuary and inland.