Stunning Sights To See in Brixham, Devon

Stunning sights to see in Brixham, Devon

Brixham – a small fishing village on the English coast with many local attractions. Here are a few suggestions:

Berry Head

This national nature reserve is a piece of headland surrounded by water on three sides. It offers a lighthouse, a Napoleonic fort and stunning views of the sea. You can find out more about the history of Berry Head at the Visitor’s Centre and as an after walk treat you can visit the award winning Guardhouse Café.

There is disabled access and the area is dog-friendly.

St Mary’s Bay Beach

For those traveling with families and groups of people, St Mary’s Bay Beach is a great destination for those looking for more of a traditional beach setting. This exceptionally clean beach runs alongside a promenade which, in the summer, offers drinks and snacks. Children will enjoy taking a ride on the nearby narrow-gauge railway.

Dogs are not allowed on the beach from the 1st May to 30th September.


Bought as a holiday home by Agatha Christie and her husband, Max Mallowan in 1938, this estate and garden has been described as ‘the loveliest place in the world’ by many. With an optional in-depth tour of the house itself and scenic walks around the grounds, this place is steeped in literary history and good old fashioned class.

Dogs are allowed on the grounds of Greenway. Parking must be pre-booked.

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