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.

 


Thanks for many many fantastic holidays on your sight. We have stayed at different times of the year and the park is always clean and tidy. The facilities are always warm and clean. We just keep coming back cant fault it. Excellent. Keep it up

Matthew and Jane Taylor

We came to Warcombe short notice at the end of August last year. It was a fantastic campsite with very nice facilities, the takeaways were delicious and the shop was very useful. I found it very dog friendly camping, my dog loved the huge fields. So we are looking forward to a much longer stay this year.
p. s the showers are truly excellent.

Stacey Melvin