Devon Beach Guide

Ladram Bay

East Devon.
Ladram Bay is a picturesque bay with impressive red cliffs and a long sand and pebble beach. There is no car parking and the beach can only be accessed by caravan park residents or by walking the coast path.
Signs warn of unstable cliffs. See Beach Safety Guide.
Slipway to the beach.
Dogs banned all year.
Ladram Bay is about 2 miles from Budleigh Salterton which is approximately 17 miles from Exeter. Take the A376 from Exeter. If bypassing Exeter on the M5 turn off onto the A376 (Junction 30, signposted to Exmouth). On the A376 at the roundabout at Clyst St Mary go straight across onto the A3052 (signposted to Sidmouth and Seaton) and continue on the A3052 to Newton Poppleford. At Newton Poppleford, turn right onto the B3178 (signposted to Budleigh Salterton). Continue on the B3178 until the Brick Cross junction and turn left (signposted to Otterton and Ladram Bay). Drive into Otterton village and then turn right where signposted to Ladram Bay. Follow this road out of Otterton and after about a mile turn right where signposted to the Ladram Bay caravan park. To walk to Ladram Bay on the coast path, park at Budleigh Salterton and walk the coast path east, it is about 3 miles to Ladram Bay. Alternatively park at Sidmouth and walk west to Ladram Bay, but note this route is quite steep in places.
Post Code:
EX9 7BX.
No parking for the public.
Toilets are in The Three Rocks Entertainment Complex.
Facilities include Three Rocks Entertainment Complex, Beach Café, Pebbles Bar & Restaurant, Waves Bar, Coast Takeaway.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Exmouth (6 miles, sandy beach, disabled access, part dog friendly)
Budleigh Salterton (3 miles, pebble beach, disabled access, part dog friendly)
Sidmouth (7 miles, pebble and sandy beach, disabled access)
ladram large map