Amazing coastal views, miles of golden sand, tree-lined country paths and outstanding rugged cliffs, we love walking in Woolacombe. North Devon was made to be discovered on foot. Whether you’re in the mood for country fields, seascapes or wooded adventures, we have everything in and around our beautiful village.Read more
What’s on in September & beyond?
Summer’s still here! Officially, Summer really is still here until 21st September and Summer’s final flourish gives us a wealth of things to do in Woolacombe. Oh, the rest of the season looks pretty good too. So, what’s on in Woolacombe?
There are three miles of gorgeous golden sands and salty surf spray that make Woolacombe Beach one of the best in Britain!
Part #1 of our North Devon Beach Guide
Devon boasts some of the most memorable and unspoiled beaches in the UK. From shell-full shores to miles of golden sand, pebble ridges to world-class surf and amazing sand dunes as far as the eye can see. Part #1 of our beach guide covers the Woolacombe area.
9 things to do on a wet and windy day
When the sun is shining and the skies are blue, we have big smiles on our faces and Woolacombe Beach lovingly calls us to descend upon its golden sands. We are in Devon though and we don’t always get what we wish for, sometimes it’s wet and windy and we must change our plans.
We have so many all-weather things to do for you and your family. We’re a top destination come rain or shine, of course, so your holiday will never be ruined if the heavens do open!
Your WOW guide
The cream always goes on first…
We may be biased but our breathtaking North Devon coastline is nothing but spectacular, and here in Woolacombe the golden beaches are at their very best. Rolling surf, magnificent cliffs and proud headlands all alongside the softest sand and the scent of salty sea spray.
There are many things which you might have to sacrifice when camping – air conditioning, solid walls, WiFi and flushing toilets. But good food is a necessary camping requirement that should not be scrimped on. Spring is here and so is camping season, so here are 5 campfire recipes to show you that gourmet grub can be cooked up on the trail.
There’s no better way to fall in love with Devon than by stomping along its beautiful coast lines. Over rugged cliffs and churning waves, through sun-kissed farm land and by sleepy country pubs, our county is best discovered by foot.
Don’t know where to start? Here are our top three rambles around Woolacombe that everyone in the family can enjoy.
However much we wish for sun, we don’t always get it here in Devon! But that doesn’t mean we’re not a top destination for you and your family, in fact, we’ve got so many wet-weather things to do that you know that your holiday won’t be ruined if the heavens do open!
It’s no lie that a trip to the coast often involves a trip to the pub. Whether for a family dinner or a tipple in the beer garden, the British pub is the cornerstone of our society and social spot of our holidays. Luckily for you we have done the research here in Woolacombe, and know the best spots to find the best local ale and grub!