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Porlock Weir | Where Exmoor meets the sea

Porlock Weir, an ancient seaside port and picturesque coastal village, is situated on the edge of the Exmoor National Park in West Somerset. Surrounded by steep wooded slopes, verdant farmland and the heather covered moor, it provides the perfect base for walkers, cyclists, and nature lovers alike. The bustling harbour village is a hive of activity with plenty to do for all ages, such as boat trips, crabbing, paddle boarding, browsing the local shops or simply relaxing on the pebble beach with an ice cream in hand. Its range of eating and accommodation options, plus its welcoming community, make Porlock Weir the perfect place to visit for the day or even better, for that little bit longer.

About Porlock Weir

The ancient port of Porlock Weir has existed for more than a thousand years, having been documented in the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle. Over the centuries it has played a vital part in the life of eastern Exmoor, being one of the few places along the rugged Exmoor coast capable of providing a haven for small craft.


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Visit Porlock Weir

Porlock Weir is situated on the West Somerset coast, within the Exmoor National Park. It lies about 1.5 miles west of the village of Porlock.

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