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I have been coming to East Portlemouth for nearly 50 years now, and have moved up the ladder from making my own sandwiches, to sitting in the lovely cafe , watching the world go by, life couldn't be much better, We visted twice this last...More
As you arrive at Mill Bay Beach in Salcombe, don't stop, carry on walking on the path at the car park.
Follow the path to the right and you'll arrive in around 10 minutes on a secluded beach with crashing waves and golden sand and...More
Great little bay to discover. Once you're there relax and spend the whole day. So nice to sit on sand with the trees alongside. Brilliant for children all ages, perfect for dam building which would entertain us all day. There's a pop up crepe van...More
Situated opposite Salcombe we drove here by car. The roads were so narrow the bushes touched the car on both sides in places. The car park was a sloping field and you had to pay an all day charge of £5. Then there was a...More
What a lovely beach! It is for old fashioned holiday games and activities! Yes it is small, and yes difficult to park but once there you can spend all day in your on little world! We are members of The National Trust so parking was...More
Mill bay is a private beach on the east side of the estuary at East Portlemouth. The sands are excellent but parking can be a nightmare. There is free parking on the roadside near the ferry steps and the Venus Cafe for about 6 cars....More
The beach is fabulous. Shallow and sheltered with lovely fine sand. Some rocks with sea weed on the edge of the bay and beautiful clear water. I'm not normally a beach fan, but this was a lovely day. Some beach stays in the shade of...More
I have spent 25 years of my life on this beach and I truly believe this is the best beach in the World.
The views are lovely.
The sand is lovely.
It's a safe place to swim.
There is a stream to build damns.
A perfect beach. Great sand, safe water in the Salcombe estuary and facilities nearby - toilets and a snack bar.
There is also a stream running down one side with the 'damming' potential to keep children amused.
A lovely view of Salcombe and some envy...More