is located to the east of Plymouth within the South Devon Area of Outstanding
This stunning coastal area was hidden from public view
for many years when it was acquired by the Ministry Of Defence in 1940. Now it's
a great place for rock pooling and beach combing.
Coastal areas are great for winter wildlife. Visit other coastal
locations and find out more about what they can offer.
- Our coasts offer amazing opportunities for
wildlife watching. Why not take a few tips from the Nature's Calendar team from
seal watching to rock pooling?
- Visitor Guide
beach, Wembury, near Plymouth, Devon.|
Shark Trust, National Marine Aquarium,The
Rope Walk Coxside, Plymouth, PL4 OLF, UK.
Sharktrust enquiry line: 0870 128 3045|
Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty:
Trust car park.|
kit - nets, wellies or sturdy shoes, buckets.|
watching:||Rock pooling, beach combing, bird watching.
Organised rook pool walks in summer. |
rocky and wet areas on beach.|
Wembury visitor centre is reached from
the A379 at Elburton - follow the signs for Wembury and the beach. Wembury beach
is just a 20 minute bus-ride from the centre of Plymouth.
Check tide times before visiting Wembury beach.
times:||Year round beach access but check tide
times before leaving home.|
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