This great walk starts by the car park in Batson Creek. Heading along the Creek you come to the pretty hamlet Lower Batson and then to the National Trust owned land of Snapes Point, from where you get spectacular views of the Salcombe Estuary and the town. It is one of the first walks we do when we have friends staying as it gives a good idea of the topography of the area.
This is possibly our favourite walk in the area, which is circular and takes in some of the South West Coast Path. There are magnificent views towards Burgh Island and a chance to stop for a drink at the 14th Century Sloop Inn in Bantham or, towards the end of the walk, for a meal at the Beachhouse at South Milton Sands.