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Discover Devon - unique, glorious, wild and wonderful, rich in history - a really special place, whatever the time of year.
Unique with two different coastlines - bare rugged cliffs..
“Queen of the Riviera”, Torquay has been one of the UK's top holiday destinations since Victorian Times, when the gentry promenaded, bathing huts were wheeled down the beaches and top..
Delightful, unspoilt market town on slopes above the River Teign, where fishing, walking and other outdoor pursuits are very popular. The pepper pot market house dominates the square at the..
Buckfastleigh, on the edge of Dartmoor is an historic mill town. It is home to some of the South West's top visitor attractions a short walk from the town centre.
With an interesting array..
The attractive market town and commercial centre of Barnstaple is the oldest and largest town in North Devon, nestling in the Taw valley.
Barnstaple offers a unique mix of traditional and..
With an elegant crescent of Georgian buildings dating back to the early 1800's, Teignmouth is steeped in maritime history. An historic port; it's one of the country's top holiday resorts..
The beautiful dunescape of Braunton Burrows makes for lost afternoons of blissful exploring. The burrows area covers over 6km along the shore and some 2km inland, making it one of the..
Brixham - a maritime treasure, where life centres on the bustling harbour, one ofBritain's busiest fishing ports.
Wander around the harbourside gift shops, watch the fishermen unloading..
With some of the most varied and spectacular coastline and beaches you'll find anywhere, a rural landscape that has hardly changed in centuries and the majestic granite slopes of Dartmoor..
With its heather-covered moorland and deep wooded gorges, beautiful lake-like reservoirs and tumbling rocky rivers, thriving market towns and villages, patchwork farmland and craggy granite..
Carved into the banks of the beautiful River Dart, historic Dartmouth has narrow streets, long flights of steps, overhanging medieval houses and old quays. The streets are full of..
Part Victorian and part Regency, the seaside town of Dawlish has a special charm and character. Situated on Brunel's stunning South Devon Coast Railway, one of the most scenic railway..
Dawlish Warren has been awarded the prestigious European Blue Flag Award and Seaside Award Clean Beach status for water quality, cleanliness, management, safety and information - placing it..
East Devon has much to offer throughout the year. Step back in time and enjoy a magical vista of sea, beaches and World Heritage Coast; enjoy the most breathtaking views from the South West..
TORQUAY, PAIGNTON & BRIXHAM - THE ENGLISH RIVIERA
Nestled proudly in a sheltered bay on the rugged south west coast and surrounded by Devon's magnificent countryside, The English..
Exeter, the regional capital for culture, leisure and shopping, is a vibrant city brimming with character and steeped in ancient history. With a history that dates back to before the..
The town's name evolved from the Saxon name, meaning 'Hawthorn glade', which was given to the small settlement that grew at the junction of the rivers Torridge and Lew. Expanded during..
Nestling snugly amongst the rugged cliffs on the majestic coast sits Ilfracombe, its charming natural harbour and elegant Victorian architecture continuing to make it as popular today as it..
Lundy island is a place of outstanding natural beauty it lies in the Bristol Channel, about 11 miles from the North Devon Coast, it is about 3 miles long and half a mile wide. On Lundy..
Known as the gateway town to the High Moor, Moretonhampstead was a major coaching stop for travellers between Exeter and Plymouth in the 18th century.
Surrounded by spectacular..
The historic town of Newton Abbot situated at the head of the Teign Estuary lies between the moors and the sea.
A bustling commercial centre and friendly market town, there has been a..
There are few places in Britain that can lay claim to such a wonderful combination of stunning landscapes. A coastline of spectacular cliffs, secret coves and golden beaches together with a..
Set in the very heartland of Devon and nestling in the foothills of northern Dartmoor, Okehampton is an historic market town that has something for everyone. Browse small independent shops..
Families love Paignton, its long sandy beaches, colourful atmosphere, paddler-friendly waters and first class attractions. All the essential ingredients for a magical family..
You would struggle to find a more beautiful location than the one occupied by Plymouth. To the south you have the stunning natural harbour, to the north the wild moor land of Dartmoor..
A small town, which is located at the highest point on Dartmoor of 1,300ft. Dartmoor Prison has dominated Princetown since 1805, when prisoners from the American War of Independence and..
Across the estuary from Teignmouth, Shaldon is a real period piece and a truly unforgettable place of narrow streets and alleyways of thatched cottages and Georgian houses.
It is also a..
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