This fine beach, just five miles east of Plymouth, is at the edge of the South Hams. It’s a National Trust beach and sits by the South West Coast Path. The scene is varied and features the Mew Stone, a wedge-shaped island just off shore. There’s an old mill also, which has been converted into a cafe. The area is a Marine Conservation Zone, featuring varied seaweed species and a host of wildlife. Children are attracted to the rock pools that appear as the tide drops. The beach is safe for swimming, kayaking and all manner of water sports..
What the beach means to Joanna.
A summer day at Wembury beach.