It's only a few minutes walk from the site entrance to the beaches, pubs, and shops of Combe Martin, and you'll find some amazing rock pools and caves at low tide, and many lovely walks through the village as well as the South West Coast Path which passes through.
Then further afield there is a wealth of lovely places to visit - there are unique gardens and places of historical interest, stunning coastline with golden beaches and pebbly coves, family fun and attractions, and beautiful, diverse landscapes with quaint villages and traditional market towns.
Check out the list below...
www.surfsideclothing.co.uk - 01271 883220
Explore the bay of Combe Martin and create your own adventure with Surfside Kayak & Sup Hire. The kayaks are launched straight from the beach with friendly staff on hand ready to help you set off and discover this stunning coastline. It's a great experience for all the family and Surfside is the fun and friendly place to go kayaking. For those who would prefer to go on an organised trip then they also offer fully escorted kayak tours throughout the season Including fishing trips and sunset tours.
Quince Honey Farm
The family-run working honey farm has been producing quality honey since 1949 and has over 1000 hives deep in the North Devon countryside. Visit the world’s largest Honeybee exhibition; BeeWorld! The interesting displays and exhibits will teach you fun facts about the honeybee before you take a closer look inside the working hives. There is an indoor and outdoor play area, along with a cafe and a honey farm shop.
Wildlife & Dinosaur Park
www.cmwdp.co.uk - 01271 882486
Set in over 28 acres the Wildlife and Dinosaur Park is an independent family-run business offering a unique experience, surrounded by natural beauty, incredible animals, dinosaurs and lots of fun and enjoyment. The team at the park has a genuine passion for encouraging respect for the natural world. As well as lions, wolves, sea lions, primates, meerkats, penguins and more, it is well known for the life sized animatronic dinosaurs!