Beer, Devon

We like Beer, we like it a lot. This peaceful fishing village on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site is good for a wander round, and down on the beach the ambience is a delight. People come here and happily do their own thing; they sit outside their beach huts, enjoying the sea views, hire self drive boats to take to the waters of Lyme Bay or try their hand at mackerel fishing, spuddle about in the rockpools at low tide, and tuck into fresh crab sandwiches from Ducky’s Beach Café.

If you’re still here in the evening go to The Anchor Inn and get a pint to take out to the clifftop beer garden and watch the sunset. If you’ve got the fam with you take them to Pecorama or to Beer Quarry Caves, then go for a stroll over the cliffs to Branscombe; the tropical feel of the undercliff is a complete contrast to the breezy air on the South West Coast Path. It’s all lovely.

All information correct at the time of writing

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