East Prawle is Devon’s most southerly village on a beautiful upspoilt headland. There are lovely coastal walks on the South West Coast Path leading to secluded coves and Prawle Point lookout station. A great walk is along the coast to Start Point lighthouse then back inland to East Prawle an 8.5 mile circular walk.
The Pigs Nose Inn is wonderful old pub full of character, well known locally for its live music. Formerly a smuggler tavern there is plenty of memorabilia to keep you amused as well as board games for the kids and a pool table. The Pigs Nose serves good pub food year round.
There is a seasonal village shop named after the pub – The Piglet Stores and Cafe. All essentials are stocked as well as a good choice of local produce.
A short drive takes you to the sandy Mill Bay and East Portlemouth beach on the Salcombe Estuary, great for children with rock pools at low tide and dinghy sailing, a passenger ferry runs to and fro to Salcombe from East Portlemouth all year round.