Wembury, Devon travel guide and Wembury information

Photo of Wembury in South Devon (Devon region)

Visit Wembury

Wembury is a village on the south coast of Devon, a few kilometres south-east of Plymouth and within the South Devon AONB. It stands on a small peninsula of the same name.

Visit Wembury

It is best known for wildlife in the rockpools along the coast - the shore here is a treasure-trove for adults and children alike who enjoy peering into rock pools in search of various crabs and sea creatures.

The Wembury Marine Centre (next to Wembury Beach) has information about the coast and what you can expect to find, and holds regular Rockpool Rambles.

The National Trust own and manage much of the peninsula, and also the Mewstone (the distinctive island you can see just off the coast). They run a cafe in a converted watermill at Wembury Beach.

What else to do near to Wembury?

- Coastal walks, including following sections of the South West Coast Path

- Another popular beach nearby is at Bovisand Beach (Down Thomas), which is larger than Wembury Beach and has various sandy and rockpool sections to explore

See also:

Map of Wembury and places to visit

Wembury places to visit

See more places nearby in the Devon guide