Woolacombe Bay, North Devon in pictures

Way back in the springtime we visited beautiful Woolacombe bay and stayed overnight in our camper. I didn’t blog about it at the time – we all need some time off. But I revisited my pictures just the other day and they are so pretty I had to share.

Woolacombe Bay is on the North Coast of Devon, it’s rather beautiful and in peak season it’s heaving, we picked quite a chilly day and the beach was quite quiet.

Here are a few of the pics I took..Woolacombe Bay, bautiful and rugged in it’s natural state

There is a steady walk to the beach
Footprints in the sand.
 The munchkins upside-down in the campervan

Lunch and a play in Captain Jacks which is a great place to stop for food. They have lots of veggie options, a great play area for the kids and a plethora of rum (if that floats your boat).
Speaking of boats, here’s Mr Tumble’s spotty one down the road at Crow Point, Brauton Burrows. It’s a rather pretty place down a tiny toll road that is and part of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.

We looking forward to more North Devon explorations!




2 Comments Add yours

  1. Sheila says:

    Looks lovely, we’ve not been there but I do love North Devon, you keep having me add new places to my list for visiting!!


    1. Stephanie Darkes says:

      That’s good to hear Shelia, it is gorgeous x


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