Coryton Cove, Devon

Coryton Cove tide times



April 2024

Coryton Cove tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat20
11:121.4m
23:261.4m
04:593.8m
17:303.8m
Sun21
11:511.2m
05:424.0m
18:084.0m
Mon22
00:051.2m
12:261.0m
06:214.2m
18:444.1m
Tue23
00:401.0m
12:580.9m
06:584.3m
19:204.2m
Wed24
01:110.9m
13:280.9m
07:354.3m
19:544.3m
Thu25
01:400.9m
13:550.9m
08:104.3m
20:264.3m
Fri26
02:080.9m
14:221.0m
08:434.2m
20:554.3m


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Things to see and do near Coryton Cove

If you're planning a visit to Coryton Cove, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Beach Activities – Coryton Cove is a sheltered cove on the south coast of Devon, England. It is a great spot for swimming, kayaking, and stand-up paddleboarding. There are also plenty of lovely sandy beaches to relax on.
  • Wildlife Watching – A variety of wildlife can be spotted near Coryton Cove, including seals, grey seals, dolphins, and sea birds.
  • National Trust – Coryton Cove is part of the National Trust's Hartland Peninsula property, allowing visitors to explore this stunning stretch of coastline.
  • Hiking – With spectacular views of the sea and surrounding countryside, there are plenty of great hiking routes to explore around Coryton Cove.
  • Surfing – Experienced surfers can take advantage of the waves at Coryton Cove, while beginners can book lessons at one of the local surfing schools.
  • Cycling – A network of quiet lanes and tracks make Coryton Cove the ideal spot for a leisurely bike ride.
  • Cliff Walking – Walk along the coastal path and enjoy breathtaking views of the sea and surrounding cliffs.
  • Kayaking – Paddle out to sea and explore the beautiful coves and inlets of the Hartland Peninsula.
  • Nature Reserves – Coryton Cove is surrounded by several nature reserves, including Hartland Moor and Hartland Point.
  • Fishing – There are plenty of opportunities for fishing in and around Coryton Cove, from shore-based angling to boat charters.
  • Rock Pooling – Explore the shoreline and discover the creatures that live in the rock pools.
  • Bird Watching – There are a variety of sea birds to be seen around Coryton Cove, including cormorants, shags and razorbills.
  • Historic Sites – Visit the nearby Hartland Abbey, a ruined medieval abbey, and the lighthouse at Hartland Point.
  • Pubs & Restaurants – There are several pubs and restaurants close to Coryton Cove, including the award-winning Hartland Inn.
  • Shopping – Browse the shops in the nearby town of Hartland, where you can find local crafts, food and souvenirs.

There are many things to see and do near Coryton Cove. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!