Welcome to the official website of the Woolacombe & Mortehoe Tourist Information Centre

We love welcoming visitors to Woolacombe & Mortehoe, however in these extenuating circumstances we are asking that you do not visit us at this time.

Our hospital, medical centres and shops are struggling to keep up with local demand and additional visitors will have a massive impact on this, and will undoubtedly speed up the spread of this awful virus. Please follow Government advice and stay at home … the sooner we stop all unnecessary travel, the sooner we can get back to welcoming you to our beautiful corner of North Devon

If you have already booked a holiday here in the coming few weeks, please contact your holiday provider and ask about postponing your stay to a later date. (Please bear with them though as many businesses are inundated with enquiries, and will be trying to prioritise bookings in date order).

We wish you all well and look forward to seeing you all in when this is over…. stay well. 

TEMPORARY PHONE NUMBER: 07470 679106

WOOLACOMBE BEACH IS AN AWARD WINNING BEACH!
Voted Number 6 in Europe and Number 20 in the World in the 2020 Tripadvisor Travellers’ Choice Awards!

Voted as the fourth Best Beach in the UK on Tripadvisor for 2019, and previously the Best Beach twice in recent years! Woolacombe also holds the ‘England for Excellence Gold Award’ for best family resort and was voted the Best British Beach in the Mail On Sunday. Woolacombe Beach lies between Morte Point and Baggy Point. This three-mile long stretch of golden sand is renowned for it’s cleanliness, water quality and facilities. Life guards ensure safe family swimming during the summer and surfers come from all over the country to enjoy the great waves and clean water.

Woolacombe itself is a lively village with great pubs, restaurants and places to stay. Visitors of all ages will find plenty to do away from the beach. There’s a friendly, laid-back atmosphere here which visitors are sure to enjoy. Visit us and you’ll see why people come back summer after summer.