Welcome to our Woolacombe blog section, where we share everything you need to know about this beautiful coastal town in North Devon!

If you’re a fan of surfing, sandy beaches, holiday cottages, stunning scenery, and an abundance of shops and restaurants, then Woolacombe is the place for you.

With its three-mile-long blue flag beach and award-winning holiday accommodation, Woolacombe is the perfect destination for families, couples, and solo travellers alike.

Join us as we explore this idyllic town and all that it has to offer. From top surfing spots to hidden gems, we’ll be bringing you all the latest news, tips, and recommendations for making the most of your visit to Woolacombe.

So grab your wetsuit and board, and let’s dive in!

Award Winning Beaches

Woolacombe is renowned for its beautiful beaches and crystal-clear waters. Visitors can swim, surf, sunbathe, or simply take a stroll along the picturesque coastline.

Whether you’re looking for an active day of water sports or a laid-back afternoon on the sand, Woolacombe’s beaches have something to offer everyone.

Explore Nature

Woolacombe is located within the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, which means there are plenty of stunning landscapes and local wildlife to discover.

Visitors can hike the South West Coast Path, go birdwatching, or take a boat trip to see seals and dolphins in their natural habitats.

Experience Local Culture

With its rich history and vibrant art scene, Woolacombe has plenty of cultural attractions to explore.

Visitors can learn about the town’s fishing heritage at the Museum of British Surfing or visit one of the local art galleries showcasing work by Devon artists.

Indulge in Local Nosh

From traditional fish and chips to artisanal cheese and locally brewed ale, Woolacombe has a thriving food scene that’s sure to delight any foodie or hungry child.

Visitors can sample fresh seafood at one of the town’s many restaurants or cafes, or browse the local farmers’ market for fresh produce and artisanal goods.