Wild Pear Beach
An idyllic little beach. accessed by a steep pathway, with rocks, sand and shingle, and freshwater streams running down the cliff.
Although technically an unofficial beach, the local council recognise, and accept it's status as a naturist haven.
From the car park at Combe Martin take the pathway towards Little Hangman. After passing a resting place, resembling a bus shelter, and through a gateway, when you can see the beach below, bear off to the left, and follow a narrow winding path down to the beach.
The steps at the bottom, which have been washed away occasionally, have been replaced by the National Trust. The walk is just over a mile, quite strenuous, but well worth it.