We've had a great summer at South West SUP; full of journeys, weekend retreats, and our awesome club sessions 😁
But just because summer is almost over doesn't mean the fun is.
Over winter we are offering monthly membership giving unlimited Club paddles, half price journeys, half price and 20% discount at our cafe - all for just £20 per month with no contract!
Visit the link in our bio to join in the winter fun👍
Maceley Cove - South Devon -
Didn’t quite get the light I was after when visiting this awesome little beach, we arrived late afternoon and lost the sun for a while behind some thick cloud and then the high cliffs of Gammon Head on the right of the shot. Was great to get this secluded cove on the southernmost point of Devon all to ourselves for a couple of hours though.
Next door to this beach is Elender Cove which is another lovely beach but best to visit at low tide as there isn’t much beach to play with at high tide. There’s no shops or cafes nearby so best to bring a picnic and some supplies.
To get there you can park at the NT Prawle Point car park, walk west for about half an hour along the coast path then a bit of a steep final descent down to the cove. The scenery along this wild, exposed stretch of coast is beautiful and definitely worth the trek. It’s an area steeped in history of smugglers, pirates and shipwrecks and you can visit the Prawle Point coastguard station and visitor centre which is about half way along the walk to see some more information on the history of the place and meet the coastguard!
The Pigs Nose Inn in East Prawle (featured previously) has a lot of character and is a great place for a post-walk pie and pint, they also have regular gigs/events in a large space next to the pub. The area around Prawle seems to have a bit of an pig obsession with the Pigs Nose, Gammon Head and the Ham Stone nearby! 🐷 .