Visit Mortehoe and Woolacombe - North Devon's Timeless and Unspoilt Seaside Resorts
Just a short stroll along the coastal path is the timeless village of Mortehoe. It was once a quiet Victorian seaside village and, actually, hasn't changed that much since. It has an eclectic collection of period properties, a 'village store' a lovely old church and a couple of traditional pubs where you can enjoy local ales.
A few minute's walk around the bay in the other direction is the bustling seaside resort of Woolacombe. There's something nostalgically charming about Woolcombe - it has retained a 1950's air and is a great place to buy an ice cream, eat fish and chips or buy a boogie board. The award winning beach is over 3 miles long - so there's always enough space for everyone!