The beach is overlooked by towering red sandstone cliffs which are part of the jurassic coast Heritage site. There is a sandy, gently sloping beach at Lttleham cove a short walk away. . Budleigh Salterton derives its name from the ancient trade of salt panning which used to take place in the area. A further claim to fame arises from the fact that Sir Walter Raleigh was born nearby at hayes Barton. The foreshore was the setting for the famous painting 'The boyhood of Raleigh' which hangs in the tate gallery. The south West coast Path runs along here and there is a very good cliff top walk to Exmouth, which is around four miles to the west. A small fishing fleet is based on the beach - see above.
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Near the beach there is trampolines, mini golf, an indoor sea water pool, and even a laser Dome. The canal originally dug in 1823 carried the mineral rich sand to launceston for fertilizer and returned with produce, now only travels a few miles inland, but the pleasure boats or fishing on offer is a delightful way to spend some time. If you fancy a round or two at an 18 hole golf course then why not try bude golf Club, the 19th hole is also available for a tipple. Although there are many indoor activities on offer with pubs restaurants and leisure centre, the outdoor fun is endless, one is Atlantic Pursuits where anyone can enjoy the exhilarating feeling of Canoeing, sea kayaking, or boogie boarding, have a go if you dare. A mile away is the village of poughill the Church of St Olaf is home to the unusual collection of bench ends with intricate carvings depicting the passion, and two 15th Century paintings which will definitely please. Bude museum houses many interesting wonders, or travel just professional over a mile to the historical village of Stratton where a civil Battle took place in 1643. Whatever the reason walking fishing sightseeing surfing or painting, budes exceptional beauty entices her visitor to stay. For more details about the attractions click on to our Cornwall section The Crescent Bude cornwall EX23 8le tel; e-mail manager Jacki stephens Budleigh Salterton, devon m Budleigh Salterton lies to the west of Sidmouth towards Exeter. Although small and peaceful, the town attracts a lot of visitors who are drawn by the unspoilt nature of the area and the beautiful setting. The town is literally a stones throw from the beach with many houses jostling for space along the small beachside area. The beach is made up of pebbles and is quite steep, it stretches away from the town to the east for a distance of around 2 miles.
The seafront area is the epitome of the English seaside resort with plenty of entertainment and refreshments along its urnemouth is well served with transport links. From the east and London take the M3 and then theA31. From the west the A35 via dorchester leads to poole and then bournemouth. Bournemouth has an international airport to the north of the rdens are a major attraction in the bournemouth area. The victorian Pleasure gardens are located in the town. While there is a tropical garden proposal at Alum Chine and an Italian garden at Boscombe. For more details about the attractions click on to our Dorset section Westover Rd, bournemouth, BH1 2bu tel: Fax: A friendly seaside resort being the most northern town in Cornwall, with Atlantic waves a perfect base for surfers, the sandy and pebble beaches such. Crooklets beach was where the first ever Surf Life saving Club opened, gives weekly demonstrations. Or if a gentle pause is required then the stunning cliff and Valley walks beckons walkers, cyclists and birdwatchers.
Nearby is the towering cliffs of Berry head where you can get some of the best views of the bay. For more details about the attractions click on to our devon section The Old Market house, the quay, brixham, tq5 8TB Tel: Fax: Email: bournemouth, dorset bournemouth lies directly to the east of poole but they are conjoined - one and the same to all. However there are distinct differences between the two towns. Bournemouth is older than its neighbour, having been established around 1810 as a seaside resort. The buildings in the centre and some of the larger, more established hotels reflect this foundation in the victorian era. The victorians were also responsible for the towns magnificent twin piers which are the trademark of the town. The beach in front of the town is excellent and stretches for seven miles, west towards paper poole and east towards Christchurch - there is always room somewhere.
Designed by Isambard Brunel the bridge is 75m above the river and was completed in 1864, having taken 28 years to finish. Bristol zoo is quite large and has gorillas and a rainforest section among many other features. Ss great Britain is moored in the dock area and was the first large ship to be built of iron and driven by a propeller. This is another of Brunel's stunning achievements and Bristol is justifiably proud of this Victorian engineer who was a resident of the city. For more details about the attractions click on to our Somerset section Centre harbourside, anchor road, wildWalk At Bristol, Bristol. BS1 5db tel: Brixham, devon Brixham is a working port and fishing village on the west side of the bay. There is still a large fleet of fishing trawlers based at Brixham and these can be seen unloading at the quay in the town centre. Around the harbour a maze of narrow, twisting streets to explore and plenty of cafes and restaurants where you can sample the locally caught seafood.
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For more details about the attractions click on to our Dorset section 32 south St, Bridport, DT6 3nq tel: Fax: Website: m Bristol Bristol may be regarded as the gateway to the westcountry which is more or less right if you are travelling from the. However there are people in the far west who regard Bristol as being in the midlands! Which ever view you take bristol is a fascinating area in its own right and is well worth a visit. Bristol's early history was as a flourishing port, although situated seven miles upstream from the seven estuary most ships of that time could navigate the river. In early times this trade consisted of cocoa, sugar tobacco and slaves. With manufactured goods and cloth going in the opposite direction.
The dock area of Bristol were constructed at this time but have now been put to other uses. As the size of ships grew the river became to narrow to navigate and maritime trade shifted to avonmouth and Bristol turned to other trades. At the present time Bristol is a busy city with a wide variety of economic activity and lively nightlife with plenty of clubs and bars. Within Bristol itself there are many things to see and do, stroll along the river front and visit jewish the cafes and restaurants, or head for one of the major attractions that are available within the city. The Clifton Suspension Bridge spans the avon gorge and is a prime example of Britain's industrial heritage.
Fax Email: boscastle, cornwall, boscastle is an idyllic village on the north Cornish coast, with its unspoilt Medieval harbour, ancient woods, and white washed cottages dating back to the 15th Century. Take a walk along the harbour or village with its jumble of cottages, and, if you listen at low tide the Blow Hole can be heard. There are a choice of boat trips on offer that depart from the harbour to long Island or perhaps sea fishing may tempt you. The quaint shops have much to offer, or why not visit the museum of Witchcraft which houses the largest collection of witch items in the world. St Juliot church has links with the great novelist Thomas Hardy when he worked on the restoration of it, and is where he met his wife.
The old Castle mound dates back to 1100 ad and is all that remains of Bottreaux Castle, or perhaps follow the coastal footpath along the cliffs to king Arthurs Castle perched high above the sea at Tintagel, the mystical scenes beguile the visitor, surrounded. Three rivers, three churches, three inns, and Boscastles magic weaves its spell on many a visitor, again and again. Cornwall section, the harbour Boscastle, cornwall PL35 0hd tel/fax email, map, email Boscastle manager Rebecca david Bridport - west bay, dorset m Bridport describes itself as 'a delightful West Dorset town' which seems fair enough. It is primarily a market town, situated a mile from the coast. West bay is a part of the town and is a harbour area overlooking Lyme bay. The town can trace its history back to Elizabethan times when it was first granted the right to hold markets. Since then its history has been entwined with Britain's maritime industries in the shape of rope and cable making for the royal navy. It now combines its rural market traditions with tourism to give an interesting experience for the visitor.
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Part of the area is a designated nature reserve. The beach is good for swimming and surfing although you need to check the local information as to which part of this huge beach to use. . Devon section 36 boutport Street, barnstaple, ex31 1RX Tel. Fax Email: bideford, north devon m, bideford is a small town and port lying on the river Torridge which flows to the sea at Appledore, two miles downstream. Bideford of the past was a thriving port which traded in agricultural goods and china clay. It is now more of a tourist resort but still has some activity at the port. The main quay is the focus of the town with small twisting streets running up from this area in to the town. Bideford has two picturesque bridges - the one from the past is built writings of stone with arches that are all different widths and links the main town to east-the-water, the new bridge is constructed of concrete and spans the river Torridge downstream and carries the. Devon section, victoria park, the quay, bideford, ex39 2QQ Tel.
Contact the following boatmen:Cyril Newton Kim Aplin. The village is small but there are some interesting art shops there and pubs and one has been quarried in beer since roman times and, although now closed, guided tours are still given around the old workings. Devon section, barnstaple, north devon m, north devon is an area renown for its wild, natural beauty; it includes the towns of Bideford and Barnstaple, ilfracombe and Lynton and Exmoor National Park. The area can be reached via the A39 from the east or the A361, the north devon link road which spurs off from the M5 at junction rnstaple is a market town set on the banks of the river Taw which meets the river Torridge. Barnstaple is the administrative centre for the area and is an attractive town in its own right. Barnstaple is an ideal place to visit the surrounding area which has much to offer in the form developer of natural attractions. The beach area at Braunton Burrows is even larger than at Westward ho and is sandy, wide and flat.
beer to operate in weather conditions when other towns could not. Beer bay is just down the road from seaton and about 20 miles from Chard. Although the beach is pebbles it is secluded and surrounded by high cliffs. Here are rows of deck chairs laid out and three beach eating cafes. Here you can taste the wonderful crab being caught in the bay or many other gastromic e bay is famous for both Crabs and Lobster. On the slope leading down to the beach is a wonderful Wet Fish Shop where you can purchase the locally caught fish at very reasonable prices. The fishing vessels are on the beach and you can go out on the boats ep sea fishing trips can be arranged from beer beach.
There are excellent beaches at nearby westward ho which is a holiday resort with many caravan parks and affordable accommodation. The beach is 3 miles long and very wide at low tide - it is also flat and sandy with a large pebble ridge at the back of it which protects the nearby burrows area. There are a lot of watersports in the area with surfing on the main beach and along the coast. . For more details about the attractions click on to our. Devon section, beer, devon, beer is one of those picture postcards you can send home. Forget Portofino this is idyllic. The town of beer is in south east devon, England,. The name is not from the drink but from the English word for woodland, due to the original forestation that surrounded the town. Close to Exeter, it is a picturesque coastal village that built up around a smugglers cove pdf and the caves that allowed storage of the contraband goods.
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The coastal resorts, clevedon portishead are between Weston Super Mare and Burnham on sea in the diagram map above. Hove is next to Brighton. Birchington is between Margate and Ramsgate. Sandwich is next to deal. Location tourist Offices, for details about the attractions in and around these resorts look in our county sections. Below there are details about the costal resorts. The seaside in wessex, appledore, north devon /devon. At the mouth of the river Torridge, where it meets the river Taw, lies Appledore which is a quaint fishing village and anchorage. Surprisingly there is also a large shipyard here which has been in continuous production for around 400 years producing small naval and merchant vessels.