A spectacular stretch of coastline boasting dramatic cliffs, diverse wildlife and a beach renowned for rockpooling


Things to see and do

A tagged eggcase lit from behind reveals the embryo

Meet the man behind Wembury's citizen science project 

Meet John Hepburn. We caught up with him about his citizen science project, marine conservation, and how everybody can help protect our sea life.

Child with magnifying glass on bug hunt

Bees and bugs, butterflies and more 

Wembury is home to lots of creepy-crawlies. On your next visit, this spotter sheet will help you find them all.

Upcoming events

Wonderful woodlands

Sat 01 Oct 2016
Woodland activities for all ages including building a den, cooking on a campfire and learning how to coppice.

Wembury Fun Day - Kick start your holidays

Sat 01 Apr 2017
Searching for critters or stuck into crafts, there's plenty of fun to get your Easter holidays started.

Our work


Get involved

A volunteer helping to clear scrub at a National Trust site

Become a ranger for the day 

Help us to conserve our countryside and keep the South Devon coast special for ever, for everyone. Become a ranger for a day and learn about volunteering and countryside conservation.




Places to stay

The view towards Wembury Beach

Holiday at Wembury 

You would be hard pressed to find a cottage closer to the sea than Wembury Mill and there are holiday cabins and a bed and breakfast nearby too.



Postcard of the unusual shaped cottage built by Sam Wakeham

Discover the past 

Learn more about the fascinating history of Wembury, from smuggler's sanctuary to inspiration for the famous artist JMW Turner.