9 Best Spots for Rockpooling in South Devon
The rock pool hides the secrets of the sea. Exploring the rock pool can bring endless fun to the children and is also a great idea for family fun on weekend out.
Here i will present 9 best spots for rockpooling in South Devon.
|Wembury Beach||Jacobs Ladder Beach||Hope Cove Beach|
|Goodrington Sands||Beer Beach||Bantham Beach|
|Ness Cove Beach||Broadsands Beach||Sandy Bay|
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A popular sandy beach with dramatic coastline in both direction near Plymouth. Wembury Beach is renowned for its myriad of rock pools and is often a hotspot for the activity with tourists and locals, is perfect for a family visit.
Jacobs Ladder Beach
Jacobs Ladder Beach is located in Sidmouth and is named from the white staircase that leads up to Connaught Gardens. The beach is pebbled and houses some interesting rockpools.
Hope Cove Beach
Hope Cove is a small seaside village within the civil parish of South Huish in South Hams District, Devon, England. It is located 5 miles (8.0 km) west of Salcombe and 5 miles (8.0 km) south west of Kingsbridge. It has two beaches, and is sheltered by the headland of Bolt Tail.
Goodrington Sands is a long stretch of fine sand on the English Riviera (Torbay). A popular beach among families, there are great facilities and activities nearby for children to enjoy, like swan boats and Splashdown waterpark. Rockpools can be found at one end of the beach and also in the mid section when the tide is out.
Just to the west of Seatonis a small fishing village named Beer. The villageis home to a beautifully picturesque, shingle beach. Beer Beach is surrounded by jaw-dropping limestone cliffs and has a wealth of rockpools to explore.
Situated within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Bantham Beach is loved by surfers, families and locals for its vast expanse of sand, good surf and shallow rockpools. This is an ideal beach for a day out that will occupy the whole family.
Ness Cove Beach
Accessed by an original Smugglers tunnel, Ness Cove Beach is a hidden gem in Shaldonwhich offers the perfect setting for a day at the beach. Children will be kept entertained by the eerie tunnel and secluded rockpools for them to hunt for sea creatures.
Broadsands Beach is in Paignton, part of the English Riviera. The fine red sand coupled with rows of beach huts and a lush green space for children to play makes this beach popular with locals and tourists alike. The shallows are great for paddling and one end of the beach provides a group of rockpools.
Perfect for families, Sandy Bay is a gorgeous, privately owned, sandy beach that is half a mile long and can be found in Exmouth. Facilities are available and rockpools along the shore offer hours of entertainment as little ones search for crabs and other animals.