Sandaway Beach is set in a commanding position on the beautiful North Devon coast and is close to the charming fishing village of Combe Martin. The town is on the western edge of Exmoor National Park. The park has 110 pitches, 20 of which are for touring on sloping, uneven grass. They are small and unmarked with 10A electricity. There are also two fields for tents at the far end of the park with wonderful coastal views. Families will enjoy exploring the wild coast with its small coves and rocky cliffs, some of which are accessible from the park.
The park is on a hillside with a steep, terraced area for the holiday homes. A small private beach is accessed through the camping fields. The South West Coastal Path goes past the park and there are many other hiking and walking paths in the area.