We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers:
Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
  • Sort by:
  • Traveler Ranked
  • Book Online
We found great results, but some are outside Salcombe. Showing results in neighboring cities.
Limit search to Salcombe.
Salcombe to Bolt Head Walk
#1 of 6 Nature & Parks in Salcombe
You can do a circular route from Overbeck House car park to Bolt Head and continue along the coastal Park turning off at middle Soar heading back inland and then back to Overbeck car park about 4.5 miles long
The track back to the car park takes you past a fantastic place called the Walkers Hut.
Hope Cove Beach Hope Cove
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Hope Cove
... happy staff spacious great outside balcony with views looking out to sea there is a pay and display car park close by the food is cooked to perfection we had the fish and chips massive fish done to perfection ...
We went to the Bank holiday weekend at Hope Cove and really enjoyed the atmosphere of the place..the whole village was closed to traffic and it was party time..must do this every year.. little tip, park at Bolbury...
Overbecks Museum and Garden
#3 of 6 Nature & Parks in Salcombe
The drive up to the car park is narrow with lots of bends, but the property and gardens are well worth the effort as the views from the terrace along the river to Salcombe are stunning.
Small car park so get there early, long winding road there but excellent gardens and lovely tea room/patio looking out over cliffs and estuary.
East Portlemouth & Gara Rock Trail
#4 of 6 Nature & Parks in Salcombe
Take the ferry across from Salcombe (rather than tryiing to park at Mill Bay), then walk the beautiful coastal path, with the most wonderful views, with lots,of ups and downs, through a wooded part and follow path...
There are toilets at the end of the road at the National Trust car park, which are a good pitstop before heading into the woods at the start of the trail.
Salcombe to Gara Rock Walk
#5 of 6 Nature & Parks in Salcombe
The walk starts at Mill Bay, across the water from Salcombe, which can be accessed by foot ferry from Salcombe or you can park in the paid car park.
Mill Bay East Portlemouth 0.6 mi away
#1 of 2 Nature & Parks in East Portlemouth
perfect for families with options for building dams across the stream, hiding behind rocks, swimming, kayaking etc. big national trust car park with walks fanning out up to Gara rock or just round the headland to...
Large beach with boat park (with permission).
Salcombe North Sands
#6 of 6 Nature & Parks in Salcombe
Easy to park nearby and nice to have a drink at the winking pawn.
Easy parking opposite, but arrive early as the car park is not huge.
Slapton Sands Slapton 5.7 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Slapton
Ideally placed for exploring South Devon and within walking distance of a beautiful nature reserve, local village (with the obligatory English country pub) and a shale beach that has an interesting wartime history.
The lake is part of a nature reserve which provides shelter to rare species of fauna and flora; a lakeside hide enables visitors to understand something of the ecology and helps to identify the many bird species w...
3 Ways to experience it
Bigbury-on-Sea Beach Bigbury-on-Sea 6.2 mi away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Bigbury-on-Sea
... & tea stand on the beach, loos, surf school, paddle boat, wet suit & kayak hire, the Venus Beach cafe, a shop and car parking (main car park £8 per day or £3 in the field car park on the right as you drive in).
Great sandy beach (with a few rocks so there are a few small rock pools), a car park close to the beach, a nice cafe, a shop and a tractor for getting to Burgh Island at high tide.
The South West Coast Path Devon, UK 3.1 mi away
#193 of 302 Nature & Parks in Devon
The extreme undulating nature of the walk continues to Greencliff with some especially challenging climbs, thereafter it begins to flatten out all the way to Seafield House on the edge of Westward Ho!
Wonwell Beach Plymouth 3.7 mi away
#17 of 40 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
I'm fairly local and normally arrive early in the morning in order to park as close to the beach as possible as their are paddle boards to unload.
Bantham Beach Bantham 5.4 mi away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Bantham
... to visit , in the summer months its a glorious and beautiful spot, narrow road leads to a beach with huge car park , gastro bus on site for all your food and drink needs , all in all a return in the summer a must
Large car park with toilets and nice gastro van selling coffee, gourmet burgers, cakes etc. Beach very pretty, sandy and has a view of Burgh Island (which inspired the setting for Agatha Christie’s And Then There...
Burgh Island Plymouth 6.2 mi away
#7 of 40 Nature & Parks in Plymouth
You can park either just above the beach or in the cheaper carpark about a 10 minute walk from the beach.The cheaper carpark is £3 all day and is on the right hand side in a field as you go down the hill.If you on...
Car park on the mainland is pay and display.