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.
A hilly route that encompasses colourful woodlands, some lovely views of Cofflete Creek and the hedge-lined fields that lie to the east of Wembury.
An ideal walk for any day, with fine views of the Mewstone, Wembury Bay and, most impressively, the Yealm estuary. In summer, you can extend the route by taking the foot ferry over to Noss Mayo.
A moderate walk up from the bay passing fields and the former HMS Cambridge site, looping back around from Heybrook bay to take in the views of the Mewstone.
The route around Wembury Point is the perfect place for a ‘maritime walk’; let your gaze wander out to sea and watch the ships and boats on the water.
Discover Wembury Point's past, still evident if you look closely, and a wide variety of wildlife, on land, sea and water. Enjoy views across the bay to the mysterious Great Mewstone.
As well as walking and discovering creatures on the beach, there's lots to see and do in the water and nearby too, including watersports, sailing, swimming, horse riding and diving.
Explore some of the best rock pools in the country and look out over the infamous Mewstone. For the more adventurous, the beach is ideal for surfers, with up to 10 feet of swell.