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Instow Beach, North Devon
16 miles away, EX39 4JN (Click for directions)There is plenty to do for children at Instow Beach and lots of space to play. Activities allowed on the beach include wind surfing and kite surfing while dogs are allowed on the beach from October until April. Easily accessible facilities including a range of food outlets toilets beach shops a slipway and car park make Instow a great destination for a family day out. Please note: The car park is pay and display, there is a camera at the entrance. You only have a few minutes in the car park before needing a ticket. The beach front offers an extensive view an expanse of water bright in summer with the sails of catamarans and wind-surfers or if the tide is out a long stretch of golden sand. During the summer months there is a small ferry over to Appledore. Moorparks went to instow……………. have a look at what’s there.
The Glorious OysterTowards the end of Instow Beach, by the car park entrance, is a fantastic seafood and oyster bar. Expect to see; lobster, crab, fish burgers, scallops, squid, oysters, mussels, cockles as well as vegetarian dishes using seaweed & sea vegetables. Moorparks stopped of for a lunchtime snack…………………this is a must for seafood lovers. Check out out great Google Map with lots of ‘Great Places to Visit in North Devon’. Attractions Nearby: