As the Bank Holiday weekend approached and the weather in UK looked promising, we did not waste any time and booked a last minute trip to Devon. We took off early in morning from London on a beautiful sunny day. When we arrived at our destination, Combe Martin was covered in a mist. So we decided to continue further to Ilfracombe where we took a hike to the top of cliffs and down on to the White Pebble Bay. The views are magnificent. Some of The pictures were captured in the misty conditions. As we stood there in silence admiring the beauty of these tall standing cliffs and azure waters the clouds were disappearing slowly into the sea revealing the natural architecture of the rocks seeing them in their full glory was magical.
Next stop was Lee Bay on the way we were welcomed with narrow windy country lanes with bushes shrubs hugging over the paths on both sides with the view of the sea in the horizon. When we arrived in Woolacombe, a little surfing village, the beach was full, in the sea you could see all the surfers trying to catch a wave. Our mission was to hike the SW Coast Trail from Woolacombe to Morte Point and further. Enjoying the view of Barricane Beach, Combesgate Beach, Grunta Beach and its many sheeps, taking in the vastness of Devon’s coast line. We spotted seals at Morte Point. You can actually continue this trail all the way to Bull Point Lighthouse and Lee Beach. What is good about this part of the world is that the trails are all connected between all these villages. For us it was time to hike back to our car which we parked in Woolacombe.