6. Budleigh Salterton beach
Seaside award winning Budleigh beach is a long pebble beach close to the town centre. At the eastern end it adjoins the Otter Valley wetland nature reserve.
What’s on offer?
- Long beach
- Three refreshment kiosks
- Watersports with Budleigh Paddle Sports
- Large public car park (chargeable)
- Playground with skate park
- Public toilets at intervals along the seafront
- Water taps and refill points
- Beach huts
- Boat storage
- Dogs are allowed all year at either end of the beach, east from Lime Kiln carpark, and West from the west end of the prom.
- Dogs are banned from the centre portion of the beach between May 1 and September 30
- More information is available on our dog information page
- The beach is not lifeguarded
- Powered craft are limited to 8 knots between the yellow bouys and the shoreline to promote bather safety, but this is not a dedicated ‘safe swim area’
- There is a naturists area at the far Western end of the beach, clearly indicated by the signs
- Cliff falls can occur at the western end, please stay away from the base of the cliffs for your own safety
- You're not allowed to light an open fire on the beach.