Ringmore and Kingston Walks

A gentle walk awaits you with amazing views, beautiful valleys and great rock formations. For something more challenging take the Hoist Point walk and climb to see the South Devon coast from its highest point.

Walkers along the coast path above Ayrmer Cove

Ringmore to Ayrmer Cove walk

Further along the coast towards Kingsbridge is the small village of Ringmore. Park at the small NT car park here and enjoy the unspoilt countryside, travelling through Ringmore Valley to the secluded Ayrmer Cove and its startling rock formations.

The dramatic rocks and cliffs at Ayrmer Cove

Short walk around Ayrmer Cove

Follow this gentle 1 mile walk along farmland with impressive views of Bigbury and Burgh Island (made famous by Agatha Christie's 'Then there were none'). This linear route finishes just above Ayrmer Cove and a well placed bench to stop and rest.

Rugged coastline at Hoist Point, Ringmore and Kingston

Hoist Point walk

Explore the highest point of this coastline between Plymouth and Dartmouth. This circular, strenuous trail has some great beaches to visit along the way, ideal places to take a rest after the climb. Why not pop into the 16th century pub, The Dolphin, in Kingston before returning home?