Some two hundred steps down the cliffs, to the world-famous Broadsands beach keeps it a secluded and stunning spot.
Hidden on Devon's wild north coast you will find one of Exmoors best secret beaches. Nestled beneath magnificent wooded cliffs, partway between Watermouth Cove and Combe Martin, this deep, double cove has many caves to explore, and two lovely secluded shingle beaches offering sheltered swimming.
There's even an island lookout to climb. Steep descent down (200 steps), often termed a 'wild' beach. Note there are no lifeguards here.