Westward Ho! Beach
Westward Ho! is a beach geared up to cater for every tourist's needs. With seaside shops toilets and a range of food outlets Westward Ho! is a popular family beach.
Made up of a long sandy beach backed by a pebble ridge with Northam Burrows Country Park accessible at one end this beach offers the best of both sand rock pools and nature. RNLI Lifeguard service is available from May to September and the beach is popular with windsurfers surfers and swimmers. Dogs are permitted from October to April on the whole beach and all year round at the Northam Burrows end. There is ample car parking and disabled parking close to the beach.
The wonderful surf that runs on to Westward Ho! draws surfers from miles around and with designated surfing areas the beach caters for every activity. The surf is also home to wild sea bass attracting anglers from all over the country. Equipment for bathing surfing and angling is readily available from local outlets.
What’s nearby Westward Ho! Beach, Westward Ho!
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North Devon cottages from Marsdens Devon Cottages
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