Elberry Cove

Elberry Cove

  • Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
  • Marine Conservation Society Recommended Beach 2007
  • Car Park

Elberry Cove is a pretty shingle beach with beautiful clear water reached by foot path from Broadsands. This is a beautiful beach in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Consisting mainly of shingle it is very popular with water ski boats. The romantic ruins of Lord Churston’s bath house can be seen adjacent to the beach. Elberry Cove at Broadsands features in ´The ABC Murders´ - as the spot where Sir Carmichael Clark meets his untimely death. Hercule Poirot is called in to investigate. This peaceful cove is only a few miles from Agatha Christie´s home at Greenway.

Beamers restaurant in nearby Brixham has on its Menu ‘Beamers Famous Elberry Cove Mussels cooked in cream & white wine, with parsley and garlic’ having meandered along the shoreline where better to go for a leisurely lunch and enjoy the fruits of this lovely unspoilt cove.

It won the Marine conservation Society Recommended Beach 2007. While there is car parking at the cove there are no toilet facilities.

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