South Milton Sands is a National Trust property located in the South Hams. It is part of South Devon's 'Area
of Outstanding Natural Beauty'. A 60 mile stretch of wild and rugged coastline, secretive estuaries and the
tranquillity are what define the South Devon AONB.

It is an ideal location with it’s long stretch of sandy beach, the exposed rockpools at low tide and, not to mention the petrified forests, historic shipwrecks and resident seal. It also offers a seasonal cafe, lifeguard cover and toilet facilities. This really is a magical beach with excellent facilities.

Map and Directions

From A38 – Take the slip road signposted to Modbury, Loddiswell at Wrangaton Cross Junction, then at the T-junction turn left onto the A3121 (signposted Ermington, Modbury, Yealmpton).

Bear left onto the B3196, at Palegate Cross. Follow this until you reach a cross road at the brow of a hill, turn right, signposted to Parklands campsite.

At roundabout take the 2nd exit onto the A379 signposted Modbury, Churchstow, Plymouth.
At the Bantham Cross Roundabout take the 1st exit onto the B3197.

Follow the road until you see signs for South Milton, follow the signs to South Milton and then once in the village take the road signposted for the South Milton Sands beach.

Here you will find ample parking at the National trust coastal car park.

Tel: 07811 349966 info@learntosea.co.uk