Wild Pear Beach
After completing the testing and steep walk of approximately 2kms you are free to enjoy what is a wonderfully quiet and peaceful little beach.
After completing the testing and steep walk of approximately 2kms you are free to enjoy what is a wonderfully quiet and peaceful little beach. The rocky beach protected from the offshore wind by the cove creating a prefect area for sunbathing. It is a place of beauty and you will find lost in the sound and calming effect of the fresh water running in streams down the slate cliffs at the back of the beach. Due to its natural seclusion the beach is very popular with naturists you can see the beach from the coastal path above but only from a great distance. It is completely private apart from the daily pass by of "The Queen of Cornwall". This is a pleasure boat that sails from Ilfracombe coming in close to the beach as it passes.
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