Beautiful Sandy Beaches and Watersports
On super hot days, cool down on the beach, try out new watersports or relax in the Soak Zone at Devon’s Crealy Great Adventure Park.
Nearby beaches to Crealy Meadows
Choose from a wide range of both sandy and pebble beaches when you stay at Crealy Meadows.
Exmouth - Sand, sand and more sand! Discover two miles of flat, sandy beaches with plenty of entertainment, summer donkey rides and watersports. From 1st May to 30th September, dogs are not permitted on the main beach section.
Beer - A pretty pebble beach sheltered by high white cliffs. Beer is a popular spot to watch the local fishing boats and fishermen, with the opportunity to buy their fresh catch of the day. From 1 May to 30 September dogs are not permitted on the western side of the beach.
Budleigh Salterton - An impressive beautifully clean pebble beach with esplanade and excellent cliff views. From 1 May to 30 September dogs are not permitted on the main beach.
Shelly Beach, Exmouth - Part of the estuary and an internationally recognised nature reserve, Shelly Beach has a large expanse of sand covered by the sea at high tide. With the protected windsurfing and kite surfing area, there’s always something going on. Dogs welcome all year round.
Seaton - Great for swimming, Seaton has a one mile pebble beach with a wide esplanade. Dogs are not permitted on the main beach from 1st May to 30th September.
Sidmouth – Popular with families, this mile long beach has a large expanse of sand and pebbles, with plenty of rock pools to explore. From May to September there are lifeguards on patrol and during this period dogs are not permitted on the main beach.
Also within easy reach
Coastal towns and countryside villages
Rugby, Football and Horse racing
The Great Outdoors. Climbing, hiking and more
A short hop from historic Exeter
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