Barricane Beach

Barricane Beach

 

Barricane beach offers a picturesque and secluded spot, tucked away in between the rocks. It is famous for it'd tiny cowries and other exotic sea shells, rarely found on her larger neighbour Woolacombe beach. These shells travel along the Atlantic jet stream, swept from the shore of a Caribbean island thousands of miles away across the Atlantic and then to be dropped in near-perfect condition in this tiny little inlet on the North Devon coast.

The best pickings for shell seekers can be after large storms.

Around a half a mile from the main Woolacombe beach, Barricane is ideal for rock pooling, sun bathing and taking a dip in the sea.

 


Fantastic as always.

We have just returned from our annual trip to Warcombe where all the staff were friendly and helpful as always. Facilities are kept clean and tidy all the time and even when busy. The food vans which visit site are a great alternative to cooking. We will be back later this year and for many more years.

Steve

Just returned home from camping at Warcombe Farm camping park, have camped all my life. This is the cleanest most beautiful site, have already booked next years holiday, owners and staff are lovely, roll on next year. Toilets and showers spotless. Staff inspected on a regular basis.

Jenny C