Ringmore

Civil Parish in Devon South Hams

England

Where is Ringmore?

Combe above Freshwater A somewhat less interesting picture than <a href="https://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/1511386">SX6246 : Combe above Freshwater</a>. Below the camera, the coast path follows Kingston footpath 8 across a hanging combe.
Combe above Freshwater Credit: Derek Harper

Ringmore is a small civil parish located in the South Hams district of Devon, England. Situated on the stunning South Devon coastline, it is nestled between the picturesque village of Kingston to the east and the popular beach resort of Challaborough to the west. The parish covers an area of approximately 2 square miles and has a population of around 200 residents.

Ringmore is known for its quaint thatched cottages, narrow lanes, and unspoiled natural beauty. The village itself is centered around a 12th-century church, St. Peter the Poor Fisherman, which stands as a testament to the area's rich history. The church is a popular spot for visitors, offering breathtaking views over the rolling hills and the English Channel.

The surrounding countryside provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities, with several walking trails and footpaths winding through the lush green fields and woodlands. The nearby beach at Ayrmer Cove is a hidden gem, offering a secluded spot for sunbathing and swimming in the clear waters.

Despite its small size, Ringmore benefits from a strong sense of community, with regular events and activities organized by local groups. The village pub, The Journey's End Inn, is a popular gathering place for residents and visitors alike, serving up delicious traditional pub fare and a selection of local ales.

Overall, Ringmore is a charming and idyllic village that offers a tranquil escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Its natural beauty, rich history, and welcoming community make it a perfect destination for those seeking a peaceful retreat in the heart of Devon.

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Images are sourced within 2km of 50.296096/-3.908577 or Grid Reference SX6445. Thanks to Geograph Open Source API. All images are credited.

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Ringmore is located at Grid Ref: SX6445 (Lat: 50.296096, Lng: -3.908577)

Administrative County: Devon

District: South Hams

Police Authority: Devon & Cornwall

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