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Brixham for the Visitor 2014


Beaches and Pools

Torbay Council

Berry Head Live!

The Guardhouse Café in the Berry Head Natural Nature Reserve has recently launched the Berry Head webcam, which shows spectacular live views of Torbay, Berry Head and across St Mary's Bay to Sharkham Point and Scabbacombe.



The Webcam can be accessed from any device including smartphones and apple devices.

You can find the camera at http://www.berryhead.co.uk

Situated at the Guardhouse on Berry Head peninsula the Webcam has unique panoramic live views over Torbay, Berry Head and across to Sharkham Point.

Ideal for visitors, land and sea based and people taking part in maritime activities the camera provides up to date weather, sea conditions and just wonderful views of what we think is a very special place.


Torbay celebrates award winning beaches

Torbay continues to enjoy having some of the cleanest bathing waters in the country.

It has scooped 14 Blue Flag and Seaside Awards from FEE, the Foundation of Environmental Education, and the Keep Britain Tidy Group.



Churston Cove and Beach

Churston Cove and Beach


Churston Cove secluded and sandy, facilities on adjoining Fishcombe Cove with snack bar and toilets.

Car parking around the Brixham Battery Gardens with a fairly steep walk down to both areas.


Shoalstone Pool 2011

Locals and Visitors enjoying Shoalstone Pool.


An open-air salt water pool right by the sea.

The pool is free and manned by lifeguards through the summer.

With a car park and also many other facilities.


A view of Breakwater Beach

A view of Breakwater Beach

This is a popular family beach and is located close to the town centre with many facilities car park and cafe.

One of Brixham's many rock pools

One of Brixham's many rock pools


There are many rock pools to explore and interesting

creatures to find walking around from Breakwater Beach

to Shoalstone Pool.


St Mary's Bay

St Mary's Bay


St Mary's Bay is a sandy, safe swimming area

with rook pools and has no facilities.

There is a free car park with a fairly long steep walk.

But it has an abundance of fossils which are easy to find.

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