A short walk today in some decent weather. Parking in Heybrook Bay and heading up past HMS Cambridge and then down to join the SW Coastal Path and then back to Heybrook Bay. The area around HMS Cambridge has been sold by the MOD to the National Trust which is great news as this is a lovely part of the coast. Not much more than a mile but we managed to throw some stones on the beach and get our feet wet by the incoming waves!! Perfect way to spend a Saturday morning.
Up the steps to start with so they are pretending to huff and puff
The views open up quickly back to Heybrook Bay with the Rame peninsula in Cornwall across the water
We’ve found some sticks!!
The fabulous Great Mewstone
The Rame Peninsula again from higher up, the lone rock in the sea is call Shag rock
The coastal path that way leads to Wembury
But we’re going no further than Wembury Point here
The boys and the Mewstone
This was an old swimming pool, with part of the wall still visible
It was lovely watching the waves crash in over the wall
The small beach at Wembury Point
Cornwall across Plymouth Sound
Back at Heybrook Bay after a fun hour
2 thoughts on “Heybrook Bay and Wembury Point”
This looks like a lovely walk. Just discovered your blog. Your photographs are beautiful, and I look forward to exploring your other posts as well. Best wishes, Susan
Thank you Susan, that’s very kind. I have a couple more walks to publish from this weekend, one coastal and one from Dartmoor!
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