Devon Beach Guide

Clovelly

Description:
Clovelly is a picturesque village in North Devon. There is a cobbled main street which leads down to the harbour and 14th century quay. There is a pebble beach with some patches of sand at low tide. There is a visitor centre above the village with an entrance fee to enter the village.
Safety:
No details available. See Beach Safety Guide.
Access:
There is a car park and visitor centre above the village, walking through the village to the harbour and beach takes about 20 minutes, the path down is very steep and not suitable for wheel chairs.
Dogs:
Dogs allowed all year.
Directions:
Clovelly is 11 miles from Bideford on the A39. On the A39 at Clovelly Cross roundabout turn onto the B3237 signposted to Clovelly. Follow this road for about 1-2 miles to the Clovelly car park.
Post Code:
EX39 5TA.
Parking:
1 large car park.
Toilets:
Yes.
Facilities:
Visitor Centre, museums, gardens, cafés and restuarants.
Activities:
Boat trips, fishing from the harbour(with permit).
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Welcombe Mouth (10 miles, pebble and sandy beach, dog friendly)
Hartland Quay (8 miles, harbour with sandy beach)
Bucks Mill (5 miles, village with pebble beach, dog friendly)
Westward Ho! (11 miles, sandy beach, surfing, part dog friendly, disabled access)
Instow (14 miles, sandy beach, disabled access)
Clovelly large map