Holiday In Woolacombe
If you’re interested in taking a break or a holiday in Woolacombe, you won’t be disappointed. With its large two and a half mile long sandy beach and amazing views, it’s ideal for anyone wanting a quiet time away or, likewise, enjoying as much action as you can fit in.
Woolacombe is situated in North Devon and has an off-peak population of around 1,000, which naturally grows during the summer months. Like many other popular beach holiday destinations, there is plenty of sand and very clean water which has earned awards for its cleanliness and for the facilities available. There are lifeguards on hand to make this beach a safe place to be for individuals and families with young children alike.
The town is very tourist oriented and as such there are plenty of places to stay in the town, from short stay bed and breakfasts, self catering cottages to hotels.
The Bay is very popular with surfers and sun seekers and if you want to do something apart from that, there are plenty of other attractions as well including:
Woolacombe Riding Stables
An approved riding stables for novices to experts to enjoy riding through beautiful countryside.
Wonderful place to visit, relax and watch the many forms of wildlife or go for a ramble and enjoy the quiet way of life.
There are various places to hire equipment and to leaarn, even if you’ve never tried surfing before. Two of the best schools are Hunter Surf School and Nick Thorn – Surf Coaching.
Take a trip on this catamaran and see seals, dolphins and all manner of sea birds.
There are plenty of local pubs and places to eat including The Fortescue Arms, Trimstone Manor Restaurant, The Boardwalk and if you like your seafood try one (or more) of 12 varieties at Mortehoe Shellfish.
As a first class seaside resort this town is up there with the best. With its variety and quality holiday accommodation, a holiday in Woolacombe might be just what you’re looking for.