Hartland Point


Hartland Point, situated in the rugged beauty of North Devon, is a captivating destination offering breath-taking views of the wild Atlantic Ocean and the dramatic cliffs that define the coastline.

This iconic headland is a paradise for nature lovers and hikers, offering stunning coastal walks with panoramic vistas that stretch as far as the eye can see. The crashing waves against the imposing cliffs create a mesmerizing spectacle, making it a popular spot for photographers and those seeking a moment of serenity.

Besides the awe-inspiring scenery, there are several activities to enjoy in the vicinity of Hartland Point. Exploring the Hartland Abbey and Gardens, a historic stately home surrounded by picturesque landscapes, is a must. The charming village of Hartland offers a delightful experience with its quaint cottages and artisanal shops.

For history enthusiasts, the Hartland Quay Museum provides insight into the maritime heritage of the region, showcasing shipwrecks and tales of bravery from the treacherous coastal waters.

Hartland Point's remote location also makes it a fantastic spot for stargazing, as the absence of light pollution allows for a clear view of the night sky.

Hartland Point is a natural wonder that offers a plethora of captivating sights and activities, making it an unforgettable destination for visitors looking to immerse themselves in the untamed beauty of North Devon.

Hartland Point is part of the North Devon AONB

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  • Hartland Point Car Park
  • Bideford
  • Devon
  • EX39 6AU