The Beachcomber Cafe in Woolacombe - North Devon - the finest place to dine out - Come and enjoy a good meal with us
Woolacombe Cafe
Beachcomber  Menu
Woolacombe Cafe

  
Home Page
  Evenings
  Our Menu
  Our Location
  Contact Us
  Other Attractions
  Site Map

Woolacombe Cafe
Click on any picture
Woolacombe Cafe
Lundy Island can be seen from our balcony most days as you enjoy your meal at the Beachcomber Restaurant in Woolacombe
Barricane Beach or the Shell Beach as it is known locally is famous for its number of shells
The Beachcomber Cafe in Woolacombe - North Devon - the finest place to dine out - Come and enjoy a good meal with us
The Beachcomber Cafe in Woolacombe - North Devon - the finest place to dine out - Come and enjoy a good meal with us
The Beachcomber Cafe in Woolacombe North Devon></td>
                      <td width=
Woolacombe Cafe
  Woolacombe Attractions and North Devon Attractions Close to Woolacombe
Woolacombe Cafe
 

The Beaches

Woolacombe Sands. Here surfers are out all the year riding the breakers of the Atlantic Ocean. Watched over by lifeguards, bathing and swimming is safe between the flags. Avoid swimming at low tide and near the few rocks toward the north of Woolacombe beach.

More than two miles of sand are perfect for sandcastles and walks. All that you can need in refreshment is available at the Beachcomber café at the north end of the beach.

Barricane. The famous shell beach tucked in between the rocks, between Woolacombe and Mortehoe. Famous for cowries and other exotic sea shells brought in on the Gulf Stream. Safe for bathing and swimming, with rock pools to explore and more traditional sand at low tide.

Grunta. Apparently named after a cargo of pigs that was wrecked here in the depths of history. Grunta is a sun trap beach beneath Morte Point. A place to relax with peace and quiet.


Walks

The Mortehoe Lighthouse. With Lundy Island to the west and Hangman to the east. The Lighthouse at Morte Point, by Mortehoe was originally built in the 1870's. Though rebuilt further inland after a landslip into the sea in in the 1970's.

Woolacombe Warrens and Downs. From the top of woolacombe beach are the sand dunes and behind them the warrens. Where hang-gliders launch on fine weather days. American troops practised for D-day on Woolacombe Sands. The walk is gentle yet very scenic.

Potter's Hill. With its cairn on top offers stunning and far reaching views from Morte and Baggy points and on to Hartland point. Offering an almost aerial view of Woolacombe, the view is well worth the climb. Bear in mind it is a relatively steep and long climb.


Lundy Island. An enigmatic feature on the Woolacombe horizon. A place of natural beauty, with the skies full of birds. Famous for its pirate haunts, Lundy offers it's own special postage stamps, Medieval Castle, Puffins, Lighthouses. Lundy Island is a trip worth taking if you are in North Devon on Holiday.

Woolacombe Cafe
Woolacombe Restaurant
Woolacombe Cafe