The following information is correct to the best of our knowledge, however, if you spot anything that you know to be different, please contact us.

Type: Popular shingle beach.
Ownership: Privately owned.
Access: From the promenade there are steps down onto the beach at several access points. There is a slipway ramp at the north end of the village.
Disabled access: Disabled users have access to the beach via a ramp/slipway onto soft shingle.
Parking: Torcross car park. 100 spaces. Charges apply. 20m walk to beach.
Facilities: Toilets with babychange and ice cream van in Torcross car park. Telephone box. There are cafés and restaurants along the promenade above the beach.
Lifeguard: None.
Activities: Sherman WWII tank in Torcross car park. Walk at Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve. Bird watching hide in car park.
Dogs: No known restrictions, but please read the FAQs.
Barbecues: No known restrictions, but please read the FAQs.
Slipway access: Yes.

Field trip guidance for teachers and group leaders

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