Combe Martin Beaches

Combe Martin Beaches

 

Combe Martin is just 9-10 miles from Warcombe Camping Park, depending on the route you take, around twenty minutes by car. Worth a day out, take a wander down the selection of Combe Martin Beaches, spend the day relaxing on the main beach or be a bit more adventurous and work your way round to the smaller, rock pool filled beaches. Let your kids play in the sea or explore among the many rock pools.

Combe Martin is more of traditional seaside village, you will find pubs full of Devon charm where you can enjoy a local ale, or West country cider. Traditional fish and chips is available close to the beach.

A bit of effort, moving eastward along the coast, will take you to Wild Pear Beach, considered to be the prettier beach at Combe Martin. You will need to follow the way-markers, descending from the SW coast path to the east of the village. The final twenty or so metres can be challenging.

The bay is picturesque and sheltered, the water is lovely, and for those who enjoy clambering over the rocks there is plenty to explore.

 


Fantastic time !

We stayed here again for a week bank in June, it was our second time, as we had stayed the previous August. My two girls aged nine and four loved it as much as the first time, again facilities were spotless.

We stayed on a pitch along the back and were happily surprised to see the bushes had been trimmed down giving us an amazing view of the sea, weather was a bit mixed, still plenty to do in the area.

And on our rainiest day spent the day fishing the kids still enjoyed it sitting under the umbrella taking shelter, plenty of fish caught to keep them busy

This is a really fantastic site, we have booked again already for next June ;)

Big thank you to the friendly staff who keep this site in such a good condition cannot wait to get back there !!

Nicola M

Lovely staff!
We had a fab stay here on a campsite that really does care!

Outstandingly clean ablutions, really friendly ground staff, we arrived late but Judith made sure we were directed to a perfect plot with a sea view.

The only thing the poor staff cannot control is the unbelievable attitude of some of my fellow campers, I am speaking of one couple with the hugest camper coach outside the main ablutions and wash up area, who seemed to be under the misguided impression that bigger means they have the right to be aggressive and extraordinarily territorial!!! So my advice if you see this brown and cream behemoth of a motorhome ask for a different plot well away!! They are a wee bit odd. .

Everyone else was extremely gracious. Especially the ladies in the shop with dog treats :)

We will be back!

Ta Brownie