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Beer Devon

maggie mccall | Beer Beach Dorset

Beer Beach Dorset

Beer is a coastal village in Devon, South West England. The village faces Lyme Bay. It is situated on Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and its picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head, form part of the South West Coast Path. Historically, the main sources of income for the village include fishing and lace production. Nowadays, the sources of income are mainly tourism and fishing. Boats are winched up the beach as there is no harbour, and the fresh fish is sold nearby.
maggie mccall | Deckchairs Beer Beach Devon

Deckchairs Beer Beach Devon

Beer is a coastal village in Devon, South West England. The village faces Lyme Bay & is situated on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. its picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head, form part of the South West Coast Path. Historically, the main sources of income for the village include fishing & lace production. Nowadays, the sources of income are mainly tourism & fishing. Boats are winched up the beach as there is no harbour, & the fresh fish is sold nearby.
maggie mccall | Beer Devon

Beer Devon

Beer is a coastal village in Devon, South West England. The village faces Lyme Bay. It is situated on Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and its picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head, form part of the South West Coast Path. Historically, the main sources of income for the village include fishing and lace production. Nowadays, the sources of income are mainly tourism and fishing. . Boats are winched up the beach as there is no harbour, and the fresh fish is sold nearby.
maggie mccall | Deckchairs Beer Beach

Deckchairs Beer Beach

Beer is a coastal village in Devon, South West England. The village faces Lyme Bay & situated on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. its picturesque cliffs, including Beer Head, form part of the South West Coast Path. Historically, the main sources of income for the village include fishing & lace production. Nowadays, the sources of income are mainly tourism & fishing. Boats are winched up the beach as there is no harbour & the fresh fish is sold nearby.