Langdon Beach, Wembury, South Devon

Langdon Beach, Wembury, South Devon

Big rock, shingle and sand beach at Wembury Bay

Whilst it's not marked on the Ordnance Survey Explorer OL20 'South Devon' map, Langdon Beach is a big rock, shingle and sand beach running pretty much from Wembury Point around to Wembury Beach by Wembury in South Devon. Out at sea is the distinctive Great Mew Stone in Wembury Bay.

Langdon Beach fringes the Wembury Marine Conservation Area. You can learn about the latter in the Wembury Marine Centre.

The beach backs onto small cliffs. There are various access points down to the rock, shingle and sand. The South West Coast Path runs along these small cliffs behind the beach.

To visit, start from the car park at Wembury by Wembury St Werburgh’s Church. Alternatively, there's a car park above Wembury Point. Clearly, you can also walk in on the South West Coast Path or via the Erme-Plym Trail.

Also visit Wembury Point Beach, Wembury Beach, Crownhill Bay Beach and Bovisand Beach.


Location of Langdon Beach

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