Woolacombe

Important notice -

Mortehoe's Rockham Beach inaccessible: due to a rockfall underneath the beach access steps, they are currently unstable and so will be closed until further notice. We are waiting for an assessment and will keep you updated. Thank you.

Spectacular coastline of cliff, coves, beaches, dunes and headlands

Exploring the area

Getting active

Upcoming events

Cadbury Easter Egg Hunt

Sun 21 Apr 2019
10:30-15:00
Find the Easter clues hidden in the Woolacombe sand dunes to claim your Cadbury's chocolate prize.

Introduction to landscape photography: guided walks at Woolacombe

Sat 04 May 2019
15:00-16:30
Have you always wanted to capture the beauty of Woolacombe in that perfect photo? Why not come along to one of our 'introduction to photography' walks with local photographer and NT volunteer Mark Johnson?

Tractor and Trailer rides to Bull Point (bank holiday)

Tue 28 May 2019
10:30-14:45
Explore the North Devon coast the easy way at Mortehoe on our all-weather trailer.

Tractor and trailer rides to Morte Point (bank holiday)

Wed 29 May 2019
10:30-14:45
Explore the North Devon coast at Mortehoe the easy way on our all weather trailer.

Tractor and Trailer rides to Bull Point

Tue 16 Jul 2019
10:30-14:45
Explore the North Devon coast the easy way on our all-weather trailer.

Tractor and trailer rides to Morte Point

Wed 17 Jul 2019
10:30-14:45
Explore the North Devon coast at Mortehoe the easy way on our all weather trailer.
Children holding a crab in a rockpool

Rockpooling in North Devon 

See what crazy creatures you can find in the rockpools of North Devon.

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Our work

NT Landrover on beach

Find out how we're maintaining this beautiful stretch of coast 

Discover more about our work at Woolacombe, Mortehoe and Ilfracombe.

Woolacombe sand dunes cows

Cows in Woolacombe dunes 

We've successfully introduced a trial of innovative invisible fencing technique, along with ten North Devon Red cattle, to help improve our plant and wildlife species in the sand dunes at Woolacombe beach.

Family at Woolacombe beach

Keeping our coastline clean 

Litter has always been a big problem in the coast and countryside - find out more about how we are tackling this problem in North Devon, and ways that you can get involved.

National Trust sign showing oak leaf

Public notices in Woolacombe and Mortehoe 

Following The Charity Commission’s Direction the National Trust (in common with all charities) must give public notice of disposals of leases and easements of inalienable land held for charitable purposes for a term of more than 35 years.

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Places to stay

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Get involved

Volunteer and ranger tree work North Devon

Volunteer with us in North Devon 

We're always looking for volunteers to help us with the work we do in North Devon. If you'd like to try something new, get outdoors, learn new skills and lend a hand to a great cause, then volunteering could be for you.