This stunning headland, with its iconic lighthouse and Napoleonic Fort, is surrounded by water on three sides and offers exceptional views across Torbay and beyond. You can enjoy some superb coastal walks, spot wildlife on land and at sea, or simply relax in the award-winning Guardhouse Café.
This is a must-visit day out and is either a pleasant walk from up from Brixham or short drive to the visitor car park. Dogs are very welcome throughout the site; leads are required in certain areas.
Disability access is good with tarmac or laid paths into both the North and South Forts. Available for use are two mobility scooters and these can be picked up from the car park on arrival. Prior booking is essential, preferably 48hrs in advance, contact the office on 01803 882619. There is a disabled toilet in the public toilets by the car park and also one for patrons of the Guardhouse Cafe or Visitor Centre.
10 April 2017
An eco-friendly mooring recently installed in Fishcombe Cove in Brixham by Sea Torbay, in partnership with Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust and the National Marine...
5 April 2017
An exciting new event is being held in the famous fishing port of Brixham in South Devon. Brixham Marine Conservation Day on 30th May 2017 is bringing together local,...
31 March 2017
Unveiling the cliff camera at Berry Head Visitor Centre today, 31st March 2017. In picture (from left to right): Damian Offer, Director of Torbay Coast and Countryside...
20 May 2018
Discover Cockington's wilder side with activities and walks for all ages in the Country Park. 10.00am - 4pm
21 May 2018
Minibeasts and creepy crawlies, what is under your feet? Come on down Occombe Farm to find out. 09.30am - 11.00am
25 May 2018
A unique opportunity to see the rare greater horseshoe bats at Berry Head, a Geopark Gateway Site. The greater horseshoe bats live in the caves formed in the 400 million...