North Devon is every walker's dream, and the trails that surround Woolacombe are rugged, unspoilt and exciting. One of the most scenic Woolacombe walks, the 6.5 miles between Lee and Bull Point takes in the very best of coastal views. Much of the walk follows Woolacombe Beach, and you’ll enjoy a backdrop of cliff top scenery and quiet little beaches along the way.
This walk is easy to moderately challenging, but there is a rocky area of path as you near Baggy Point. If you wish, you can cut the walk short when you reach Putsborough Sands and follows the South West Coast Path back to Woolacombe...in fact one of the nicest things about this walk is that those who walk it are free to see how they feel ont he day and decide how far to continue.
Baggy Point is one of North Devon's most notorious landmarks, so those who walk this area are rewarded with sweeping views whatever the weather.