Visit Hartland Point on this circular walk on the beautiful Hartland Peninsula in Devon. It's a great place to get some sea air and admire the fantastic coastal views. The dramatic location is where the Bristol Channel meets the Atlantic Ocean. There's rocky cliffs and views of the wrecked ship MSá Johanna which ran aground on the rocks below. It's also great for wildlife watching with skuas, terns and shearwaters to look out for.
There's a car park close to the point near Blagdon Farm, West Titchberry. From here you can pick up the South West Coast Path to take you along Barley Bay towards the 19th century Hartland Point Lighthouse. The route then continues along Blagdon Cliff and Upright Cliff, before turning east and returning to the car park through the countryside.
To extend your walk you can follow the South West Coast Path south and visit the delightful Hartland Quay.
Hartland Point PostcodeEX39 6DU - Please note: Postcode may be approximate for some rural locations
Hartland Point Ordnance Survey Map - view and print off detailed OS map
Hartland Point Open Street Map - view and print off detailed map
Hartland Point OS Map - Mobile GPS OS Map with Location tracking
Hartland Point Open Street Map - Mobile GPS Map with Location tracking
Hartland Point Pubs/Cafes
Head to the excellent Pattard Kitchen for refreshments after your walk. It's located just north of Hartland village at Pattard Farm, EX39 6BY. The restaurant has an excellent menu and is housedáin a modernáscandinavianástyle barn conversion.