Designated as an area of outstanding natural beauty, Berry Head with its iconic lighthouse and Napoleonic Fort, is surrounded by water on three sides and from its cliffside pathways there are dramatic views across the water to Torbay and if the weather is fine, Portland Bill lighthouse, almost 56km distant.
The lighthouse overlooks Torbay and Brixham Roads, two sheltered anchorages, thanks to the surrounding hills and cliffs.
The lighthouse was originally built in 1906, and was then automated and converted to run on unwatched acetylene in 1921 and then modernised and converted to mains electricity in 1994.
The light is housed in a small lantern room with no elevation required other than that provided by the headland itself.
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