Lannacombe Beach South Devon


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Lannacombe, near East Prawle

Lannacombe beach near East Prawle has relatively difficult access and a very small parking area so by default is unspoilt and un crowded. The area is wild and rugged with large rocks and stunning scenery. The small beach is accessed by a short slope. It is one of the few beaches that is completely dog friendly year round.

Prior to 2012 there was access to a smaller beach, Ivy Cove but it is important to note that due to a cliff fall it is now extremely difficult to get to. Please be very aware that there is a risk of being cut off at high tide.

Lovely walks on the Coastal Path are a must to stretch your legs and the coastline is fantastic. Close to the Start Point Lighthouse and Hallsands Beach, you can enjoy a good day out exploring the Southern most area of the beautiful South Hams coastline.


  • Beach - Sand
  • Parking - Limited
  • Accessibility - Tricky
  • Toilets - No
  • Refreshments - No
  • Dogs - Welcome all year
  • Life Guard - None

Best for

Dog lovers or those that like to leave the crowds behind.

Look out for

Go at low tide when the kids can have fun in the rock pools that are exposed. The ruins of Lannacombe Water Mill - can you see it?

It's a fact !

There is also a rather famous pub nearby The Pigs Nose Inn. Bands that have played here include: Right Said Fred, Wishbone Ash, Boomtown Rats, Dr Feel Good, Blair, The Monkees, Good the Bad and the Queen!


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