The Northernmost beach in Woolacombe is also the smallest, separated from the other beaches by a stone outcrop filled with rockpools, it’s accessed by a set of stairs leading up to Rockham.
The second furthest North beach is the larger Combesgate, a secluded cove accessible only at lower tides meaning you’ll be much more likely to find a quiet space to yourself to Rockpool or Surf the impressive swell.
Accessed from the main road directly opposite the apartment, or from Combesgate beach is the increasingly famous Barricane Beach, a small bay nestled between dark rocky cliffs. At lower tides and in the evening you can enjoy a Sri Lankan curry with a beach towel.
And finally the pièce de résistance, the award winning Woolacombe Beach, voted one of the best beaches in the world, and certainly one of the best in Britain! The beach sits between Baggy point and Morte Point and is a haven for families and surfers alike - it’s dune backed sands stretch for 3 miles and faces west for stunning sunsets and even better waves.
Just around the headland you can find Croyde beach which is home to the Oceanfest music festiva.
Saunton beach is found further around the headland and was home to the D-day practice landings during WW2, this massive stretch of sand is a favourite of long dog walkers and stretches right around into the Taw-Torridge estuary.
On the other side of the estury you’ll find Westward Ho! beach, Home to one of the top 5 world's longest pebble ridges. Westward Ho! Is a favourite case-study of geography students across the country and even across the globe!