Aspects of Exmoor

The Exmoor National Park coast
and the South-west Path.

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The South-west Peninsula Coast Path, to give it its full name, is the longest LDP in the UK, starting
at Minehead and finishing at Poole in Dorset, some 600 miles further on.The first 35 miles or so
of the Path, from just west of Minehead to Combe Martin, lie within the National Park. It crosses
from Somerset into Devon at County Gate, west of Porlock. This gallery shows views along this
section of the coast heading west, including some locations which lie just inland.


Minehead seafront & North Hill

PS "Waverley" at Minehead

Minehead Harbour


Minehead Harbour looking west

Minehead Harbour looking west

"Balmoral" in Minehead harbour


* Minehead Harbour 2013

* "Irene" Minehead harbour 2013

* "Irene" Minehead harbour 2013


* "Irene" leaving Minehead 2013

Quay Street Minehead

Quay Street Minehead


Start of SW Coast Path, Quay Street

Ponies, North Hill

Ponies on North Hill


# Spring at Bratton

# Cottages at Bratton

# Bratton Ford


# Fields on Bratton Ball

# The Old Selworthy Road

# Grexy Combe, Rugged Coast Path


# East Combe, Rugged Coast Path

# Selworthy

# Selworthy


# Allerford from Church Path

Selworthy Sands

Hurlstone Point


Old Coastguard lookout Hurlstone Point

Dogs, Hurlstone Point

Hurlstone Point


Hurlstone Beach

Beach, Hurlstone Point

# Bossington and Porlock


Hurlstone seascape

Old lime kiln, Porlock Marsh

Porlock Marsh


Porlock Marsh

Haymaking Porlock Marsh

Haymaking Porlock Marsh


The highest tide for 20 years September 2006

Porlock Marsh

Bossington Beach


# Porlock Vale from Porlock Hill

West Porlock Marsh

West Porlock Marsh


West Porlock

# Porlock Hill

Photographs © Geoff Bannister
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