Churston Cove is a small beach on the western fringes of Brixham in Torbay.
The east-facing beach consists of pebbles, shingle and a little coarse sand. It looks across Brixham Outer Harbour to the Breakwater.
Churston Cove is a small secluded cove directly below Fishcombe Point. very picturesque and generally quiet it lies adjacent to Fishcombe Cove. The beach is is backed by woods and is best accessed via the South Devon Coast Path.
Please be aware that access is quite difficult. The steep path is uneven in places and care should be taken if visiting.
Churston Cove lies near Holiday Parks so are seldom completely empty.
Facilities are to be found at neighbouring Fishcombe Cove.
Dogs are allowed all year round.
Nearby beaches include Elberry Cove, Broad Sands and Goodrington Sands
✔ Flora and Fauna
✔ Dogs permitted
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Stay at a nearby Holiday Park and keep the kids amused all day! Parks in the vicinity include those at:
Plenty of hotels are available locally. Consider those in the local towns:
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