South Devon Coasteering
The South Devon coastline is a popular holiday destination for thousands every year. We have routes all along the South Coast from Exeter, Torquay, Plymouth and Salcombe. The routes are mainly limestone cliffs with a large selection of jumps, climbing and sheltered bays for when the sea is lumpy.
Anstey's Cove - Torquay
The Coasteering at Anstey’s Cove has a great mixture with something for every group. It is very sheltered and sometimes feels almost mediterranean. For those that need a challenge we have a route designed for you that no other company offers. We have routes all the way to Babbacombe.
Why not finish your trip with lunch at the fantastic Anstey's Cove Cafe.
Daddyhole Bay - Torquay
If you need a more challenging route or maybe you have already experienced Anstey's Cove then our Daddyhole route is what you need. The route is remote and challenging but rewards you with some of the best jumps in the area. The meeting point is easy to get to from the town centre and trains from Exeter are regular.
More of Challenge?! Try The Torquay Traverse
Brixham - Torbay
The coasteering at Brixham is ideal for younger groups who maybe don't fancy the bigger jumps available at Torquay. The area still has everything you need for a good session, it has jumps, climbing and caves to explore. Even some underwater ones!
Salcombe - Kingsbridge
Some of the best venues in the Salcombe area are Start Point, Hope Cove and Stair Hole Bay when the conditions work. Start Point is an amazing location and suits all types of groups, seals are a regular sight here. We also run one of our challenge events from here – The Punishing Point