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A short walk from the South West Coast Path of less than 1 mile on Burgh Island. Cross the causeway on foot at low tide (make sure you can get back again!) or take the sea tractor. This very small island has a host of fascinating features, including...more
| Marine Drive Car Park, Bigbury-on-Sea TQ7 4AY, England
We actually walked this section of the SWCP a year or so back, but promised to return to complete the short walk from the car park opposite the island to the ferry as we had to take a taxi round the inlet having arrived too...More
Well signposted and following a stunning coastline, this provided us with hours of excellent walking in our Devon week. There we plenty of inclines as you walk down to the deserted bays and back up the other side!
When the tide is out you can easily walk across to Burgh Island, once on the Island there is a little quaint pub called "Pilchard Inn", a Hotel and the ruins to a chapel. Not much else up there, but not much else is needed,...More
Interesting place to visit. Quaint mode of transport if the tide's in! Burgh Island is small with just an Art Deco Hotel and a small pub down near the slip. The island is accessible at low tide on foot and by a motor driven platform...More
We visited today as Bigbury beach had been recommended. The tide was low so we walked across to Burgh Island. It is an odd place, not very welcoming unless you are paying a lot of money to stay in the hotel. Apparently the current owners...More