Coasteering in South Devon at Anstey's Cove in Torquay.
Anstey's Cove is important for wildlife
and marine life, the coastline surrounding the cove is
nationally protected as a Site of Special Scientific Interest
Coasteering in Devon
provides the perfect opportunity to experience the
beautiful marine environment of Torbay and South Devon which may
otherwise be inaccessible...scramble, swim and climb your way
along the sea cliffs which are home to many different seabirds
and marine life. Seabirds that you may encounter in their natural environment whilst coasteering
at Anstey's Cove include the Shag, Cormorant, Peregrine, Herring
Gull, Greater Black-backed Gull, Lesser Black-backed Gull and
Gannet-Pictured on the right is a large
black and white bird with a yellow head, it has long pointed wings
and a long bill. They are the largest seabirds in the North
Atlantic with a wingspan of up to 2 meters!