Devon Beach Guide

Beesands Beach

South Devon.
Beesands is a long pebble beach looking out onto Start Bay. Parking is right by the beach and there are plenty of facilities including picnic areas and childrens play ground.
Signs warn of large breaking waves and not to use inflatables when windy. See Beach Safety Guide.
Level access to the beach in several places.
Dogs allowed all year at Beesands.
Beesands is about 7 miles from Kingsbridge. From Kingsbridge drive east on the A379 until approaching Stokenham. Alternatively from the Totnes direction, take the A381 and at the Totnes Cross junction turn left onto the A3122 Dartmouth road. Continue on the A3122 for 4-5 miles, then turn right signposted to Strete and Slapton. Follow this road to Strete and at Strete turn right onto the A379 (signposted to Slapton Sands and Torcross) and follow the A379 along Slapton Sands, then after Torcross follow the A379 inland through Stokenham. Just east of Stokenham on the A379 is a mini roundabout. Turn south signposted to Beesands and after about 1 mile on this road, turn left (signposted to Beesands and Beeson). Follow this road through the village of Beeson to Beesands.
Post Code:
TQ7 2EH.
Road parking along most of the beach.
Cafés, pubs, childrens play ground.
Nearby Alternative Beaches:
Bantham Sand (13 miles, sandy beach, surfing, part dog friendly)
Hallsands (4 miles, pebble beach, dog friendly)
Slapton Sands (3 miles, pebble beach, dog friendly, disabled access)
beesands large map