There are a number of walks around Bantham with two suggested circular walks:
Bantham to Thurlestone: a 3.5 mile circular walk. Find out more on the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Website.
Bantham & the Avon: a 5.1 mile circular walk. Find out more on the South West Coast Path Website.
Whether on the beach or in the estuary, Bantham is perfect for kayaking and paddleboarding. A trip up or down the Avon estuary paddling with the tide takes about 90 minutes and is an idyllic experience.
Equipment can be hired from Triocean surf, which can be found two miles from Bantham beach, and Bantham Surfing Academy, which is on Bantham beach itself. For details, visit Tri Ocean Surf and the Bantham Surfing Academy.
You can enjoy the Bantham drift between Coronation Boathouse and the beach at the top of the estuary – jump in and let yourself be pulled along by the tide, but please check the tide conditions first.
A wonderful experience for young and old alike that’s not to be missed.
Tribal Clash, 7 – 8 July 2018
Bantham beach is the proud host of this team work event that brings together fitness families to celebrate their similarities and differences. This is one of the top international cross fit competitive events. For more information visit Tribal Clash.
Swoosh, 14 July 2018
The Swoosh is a world class 6km swim organised by the Outdoor Swimming Society. This hugely enjoyable event is now in its fourth year at Bantham. For more information visit the Outdoor Swimming Society Website.
Exciting news, the Gastrobus will be hosting various local talent on the following dates. Come down for some fun in the sun!