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.

 


Can't go wrong booking this campsite!

All the staff are very helpful and friendly. The campsite is clean, tidy and well organised. The shower blocks are excellent, like the underfloor heating!

We would especially like to thank Glynn for his assistance when setting up for fishing. This was our kids first time fishing and we ended up catching over 30 fish that day.

If you are thinking of coming to North Devon and want a lovely relaxing campsite, then this is the place for you.

Many thanks to all at Warcombe Farm!

Alia Bordon

Just returned from a 2 week stay, and cannot fault the site at all. Facilities great, and staff were always helpful and polite. A shame the owners could not control the weather as well. Will be back again next year.

Mark and Tracy Dredge