Wembury Beach

Wembury Beach

Wembury Beach

Wembury Beach

Wembury Beach

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 beach with fine sand at low tide. Top of beach coarse sand and shingle. Extensive rocky reefs and rock pools.
Ownership: Part National Trust, Devon Regional Office, Killerton House, Broadclyst, Exeter, EX5 3LE
  Part Churchwood Valley Holiday Park, Churchwood, Wembury Plymouth, PL9 0DZ
Access: National Trust beach car park, 70m from beach.
Disabled access: From National Trust car park, 21 wide concrete steps with handrail to beach. Alternative gently sloping path from car park to beach through kissing gate and over wooden bridge - not suitable for wheelchairs.
Parking: National Trust car park, charges apply to non-members, 150 spaces.
Facilities: Seasonal cafe and shop. Toilets. Wembury Marine Centre.
Lifeguard: None.
Activities: Known for water sports, swimming, coastal walks, wildlife study and rock pooling.
Dogs: Dogs are not permitted on the beach at any time of day between 1st May and 30th September inclusive.
Barbecues: No known restrictions, but please read the FAQs.
Slipway access: None.


Field trip guidance for teachers and group leaders

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