Soarmill, South Devon At high tide swim around the little island, and at low tide explore the many caves along the cliff bottom. Afterwards head up to the nearby Iron Age hillfort at Bolt Tail for spectacular sunsets and the chance to spot dolphins and porpoises.
Moor Sands, Prawle Point, South Devon Between Salcombe and Dartmouth, the sublime coastline of Prawle Point is the most southerly point in Devon, boasting dozens of secret beaches and sunbathing spots. During summer, it’s a joy to peruse the rock pools for wildlife, as bright blue butterflies flutter in the distance and buzzards circle overhead. Swim out to the small offshore rock stack to find sandy Elender Cove, tucked away at the far end of Gammon Head
Devon, UK - Train rounding the cliffs, heading toward the Dawlish sea wall. One of the best train journeys in the UK. The tracks hug the estuary of the Exe river, then go along the edge of the beach for several miles. The cliffs are red from the high percentage of iron in the rock.