A wonderful walk taking in spectacular coastal scenery and ancient green lanes, in one of the richest spots in Devon for plants and wildlife.
Coastal footpath with some uneven and rocky sections; green lanes; surfaced roads.
No stiles, but several steep climbs.
Extremely limited. Coleridge Community Bus runs from Kingsbridge to East Prawle once a week on Wednesdays, ring 01548 511309 for more details. For information on public transport in South Hams please call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 or visit www.traveline.org.uk.
In East Prawle: two pubs: the Providence Inn and the well known Pig's Nose. Grunters Cafe open Easter - end of October; refreshments include cream teas and all-day breakfasts.
Public toilets situated immediately above the village green, East Prawle.
Parking around the village green.
Campsites, B&B, inns and guest houses in and around East Prawle. Please contact Kingsbridge Tourist Information Centre 01548 853195 or visit www.welcomesouthdevon.co.uk/locations/kingsbridge.
In East Prawle there is a phone box just above the village green, and a small shop, also by the green.
1. Starting out from the village green in East Prawle, with the entrance to the cafe facing you, turn right along the lane leading out of the village.
2. By the post box, turn left down the bridleway signposted for Gorah Rocks, then left again down the old green lane which passes through a gate and between fields towards the sea.
3. Bear right at the finger post onto the coast path, signed for Prawle Point and follow the field edge path along the low cliff. In time you will see Prawle Point ahead, with the lookout station perched on top, and the aptly named Horse's Head rock below.
4. Continue along the coast path beyond Prawle Point. Turn right at the waymarker post above Maceley Cove, and then left after about 50 metres at the next waymarker, heading up hill and inland.
5. Turn right following the blue waymarked arrow onto another ancient track. This leads you back to East Prawle via a final stretch of metalled country lane.
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