Sitting at the mouth of the little-known River Avon, the coastal village of Bantham offers everything that is good about the British seaside, with delicious local cuisine and one of Devon’s premier beaches. There is also a village pub and stores with café and the beach lies in a prime spot for coastal exploring among the long stretch of sand. On the other side of the stunning bay lies Bigbury-On-Sea with its surf school, tea garden, golf club and village shop. You can also take an iconic trip on the sea tractor which takes you over to Burgh Island with its resident art deco Burgh Island Hotel and historic Pilchard Inn. Thurlestone hosts a church, post office, store, hotel and pub. Its Golf Club runs along the stunning coastline of Bigbury Bay where the course’s topography is breath-taking, and the cliff-top terrain provides the perfect opportunity for a thrilling game or a spectator’s spot to enjoy views from East to West looking over the legendary Thurlestone Beach and Rock, the beautiful estuary and Burgh Island in the distance. Whether you are a family or looking to retire here, the coastline is so beautiful you will never tire of it and properties here are in high demand.