Duckpool, National Trust

Duckpool, National Trust

Sitting at the mouth of the Coombe Valley, Duckpool is surrounded by coastal grasslands and ancient woodlands.

The beach is lined with pebbles and sand is exposed around low tide. Nearby woodland and the South West Coast Path offer interesting walks and the grasslands are peppered with flowers such as thrift and squill.

Visitors can find anti-tank blocks, installed before WWII, scattered along the beach and King William’s Bridge, built by Parson Hawker in 1836, can be found at the top of the access road.

Make the most of your day and explore the breath-taking scenery at Duckpool…

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