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Branscombe is a village in the East Devon that's well worth a visit.

The village straggles along narrow roads down steep-sided valleys, with a stroll to a shingle beach, Branscombe Mouth, which forms part of the Jurassic Coast.

To either side of the beach, the coast rises steeply to cliffs, which are in the ownership of the National Trust. It is a popular point for starting walks on the South West Coast Path; it is a short walk eastwards to Beer (with two alternative routes, one at the top of the cliffs and the other ascending the cliffs via the interesting Hooken Landslip area (also called the Undercliff) and a longer walk westwards towards Sidmouth.


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