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Take our West Country webcam tour

Credit: Aspects Holidays

You may not be able to visit the superb sights of the West Country right now but you can get a glimpse of some through the wonder of webcams.

From Wiltshire to the Isles of Scilly choose your destination and watch the world go by – from the comfort and safety of your home…

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Enjoy Burnham seafront and the Pier Pavilion – said to be the shortest seaside pier in Britain.

Burnham-on-Sea in the sunshine. Credit:

The festival may be off but if you want to see a little insight into the town itself then here it is…

Glastonbury Town centre Credit: Glastonbury Town Council

Want to watch the tide come and go in the coastal town of Watchet?

Here’s your chance.

Watchet Harbour at low tide, featuring The Ancient Mariner. Credit: Watchet Chamber of Trade


The seaside town of Weymouth has a harbourside webcam showcasing its colourful houses and glistening harbour. You may even spot a seal!

Weymouth Harbour Credit: Dorset Council

West Bay’s webcam offers views of both the harbour and the bay – the dramatic Dorset coastline made famous in the ITV series Broadchurch.

Bridport Harbour and West Bay Credit: Dorset Council


Exmouth’s seafront is a good one to watch the weather change - and spot people out for their daily dose of exercise.

Exmouth seafront Credit: Exmouth Interactive Webcam

The quaint village of Clovelly is a relaxing webcam to watch. Not very much happens apart from the ebb and flow of the tides - you can almost smell the herrings!

Clovelly at low tide. Credit: Visit Clovelly

If you’re not a Torquay local then why not take a virtual visit to view the town at its quietest?

Torquay looking quiet during lockdown. Credit: Camsecure CCTV Credit: Camsecure CCTV


If watching wildlife is more your thing then Langford Lakes nature reserve webcam may be for you…

Langford Lakes nature reserve. Credit: Wiltshire Wildlife


If you’re a fan of more exotic wildlife then this may be your bag... Birdland has a 'bird’s eye view' of its penguin enclosure.

Penguin enclosure. Credit: Birdland


If you want to see a picturesque fishing village look no further: Mevagissey’s webcam is the one for you, filled with colourful fishing boats bobbing in the harbour.

Mevagissey. Credit: Aspects Holidays

If you were meant to be holidaying in Cornwall over Easter then you may well have had a trip to St Ives in mind. Why not get as close as you can with a virtual view instead?

St Ives. Credit: Aspects Holidays

There may not be a performance on but the view from The Minack Theatre out across the Atlantic Ocean is breathtaking.

Views for days... Credit: Minack Theatre

If staring out to sea is usually a pastime of yours then this view is for you. See the seagulls swirling over Penzance Promenade.

Penzance promenade. Credit: Aspects Holidays

In Bude you can see almost all of the views you may spot on a visit from the town to Compass Point.

Summerleaze Beach. Credit: Bude Stratton Town Council and The Castle Bude


Transport yourself to the Isles of Scilly, without travelling at all through this ocean-facing webcam.

St Mary's Credit: St Mary's Hall Hotel