There’s a reason that Bigbury-on-Sea is such a popular place for holidaymakers and holiday homeowners. This scenic corner of South Devon is packed with history, nature and superb hospitality and sits in between the two beaches of Bantham and Challaborough and is opposite to the iconic Burgh Island.
From inspiring Agatha Christie’s Poirot to the tidal island attached to the UK mainland by the largest beach in South Devon, this village and the surrounding area provide both a welcoming community and an idyllic coastal escape.
In an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Bigbury offers an extensive range of activities and experiences for visitors and residents. Favourites include walking along the famous South West Coast Path, surfing at nearby Bantham, cycling, visiting the region’s nature reserves and enjoying local fare at the many local cafes, pubs and restaurants.
From romantic getaways to family escapes, on this site we aim to provide a guide to help you make the most of your holiday or visit to Bigbury-on-Sea.