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Ashburton lies on the southern slopes of Dartmoor in the South Devon countryside and is a splendid gateway to Dartmoor. MORE...

Avonwick is a village in South Devon and it's name derives from the word 'Avon' meaning river and 'Wick', an old word for village. MORE...

The market town of Axminster, set in the Axe Valley, is situated slightly inland from the Jurassic Coast between Seaton and Lyme Regis. MORE...

Historic small town with cottages and Georgian houses, built out of locally quarried stone and set in the Batherm valley. MORE...

Barnstaple is the main town of North Devon and possibly the oldest borough in the United Kingdom. The town centre has its own mini clock tower and museum, around the corner a cinema and a vast array of unique coffee shops, vibrant cocktail bars and numerous restaurants. MORE...

Surrounded by limestone cliffs, Beer is a traditional fishing village nestled in a sheltered cove on the Jurassic Coast. MORE...

Bovey Tracey is a small market town on the edge of the UK's largest National Park, Dartmoor. MORE...

Braunton is situated in the centre of an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the gateway to North Devon’s Gold Coast, and offers the top sandy beaches in the West Country. MORE...

Bude is a traditional unspoilt seaside town on the North Devon/Cornish border with fabulous blue flag beaches. Here you can learn to surf and enjoy a swim in Bude Seapool or walk by the canal. MORE...

Colyton’s circular street pattern is typically Saxon, unlike many of the towns in the UK with their Roman grid systems. MORE...

Crediton is situated in an area of fertile red land - it’s a thriving market town with a magnificent church, and a famous saint, St Boniface, was born here in 672 AD. MORE...

Croyde – North Devon’s top surfing beach. Croyde is the place to be at anytime of the year. MORE...

Cullompton, set in the heart of the Culm Valley, is seen as the gateway to Devon. MORE...

Dartmouth is a pretty town, steeped in nautical history, in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. MORE...

Dulverton - "A very special Place". Dulverton is a small but very lively town on the Edge of Exmoor National Park near the Devon/Somerset border. MORE...

Exeter, situated on the river Exe, is the capital city of Devon. MORE...

Great Torrington’s Mayfair is a real celebration and RHS Rosemoor Gardens and Dartington Crystal are 'must visit' venues too. MORE...

A small market town in the heart of Devon’s Ruby Country, close to Bude and Tamar Lakes for water sports and learning to surf, or walking the South West Coastal Path. MORE...

Honiton is a lively market town famous for its lace, pottery and, more recently, for antiques and antiquarian books. MORE...

In recent years Ilfracombe has become well known for Damian Hirst’s iconic and sometimes controversial statue "Verity" which overlooks the harbour. MORE...

The town of Ivybridge was said, during the late 1980’s, to be the fastest-growing town in Europe. It lies just off the Southern tip of Dartmoor. MORE...

Kingsbridge is an old market town set on the stunning estuary which winds its way out to sea past the yachting town of Salcombe. MORE...

Lyme Regis, known as the Pearl Of Dorset, nestles in the middle of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast where Dorset welcomes Devon. MORE...

Welcome to Lynton & Lynmouth, England’s ‘Little Switzerland’ and walking capital of Exmoor... So much to see… So much to do… So much to enjoy... MORE...

Modbury is a beautiful, small market town in the heart of South Devon and one of the smallest towns in the region, but it is most famous due to its shops’ policy of banning the use of plastic carrier bags in 2007, long before the rest of the UK. MORE...

One of the historic towns on Dartmoor, Moretonhampstead is an ideal base for outdoor activity holidays, with a range of facilities for walking, cycling, horse riding and bird watching. MORE...

Newton Abbot is an historical market town nestling between the UK's largest National Park, Dartmoor, and the South Devon coast. MORE...

The pretty villages of Noss Mayo & Newton Ferrers are hidden away on the southern bank of the Yealm estuary. MORE...

With its ruin of a Norman castle being a huge attraction, Okehampton is the Gateway to Dartmoor from the North and was a settlement in the Bronze Age. There are many small unique shops to explore in Red Lion Yard. MORE...

Ottery St Mary - Most famous for the tradition of carrying flaming tar barrels amongst the crowds on November 5th. MORE...

Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city and the old Barbican area has quaint cobbled streets, a picturesque harbour and a wealth of independent shops, galleries, bars, cafes and restaurants along the water’s edge, creating a truly metropolitan feel. MORE...

Situated on the East Devon World Heritage Site, Seaton nestles between Axmouth's Undercliffs National Nature Reserve and the magnificent white chalk cliffs at Beer. MORE...

The picturesque village of Sidbury nestles in the Sid Valley on the outskirts of the regency town of Sidmouth. MORE...

The town of Sidmouth, famous for the Sidmouth Folk Festival, is situated on the Jurassic Coast, which is part of the UNESCO World Heritage Site. MORE...

South Molton, the ‘Gateway to Exmoor National Park’, is situated on the south side of Exmoor, steeped in history this market town has a heritage trail and livestock market. MORE...

Swimbridge (historical spelling: Swymbridge) is a pretty little village, situated in a valley, between the market towns of Barnstaple and South Molton in North Devon and twinned with the town of St. Honorine Du Fay. MORE...

Tavistock is a flourishing and wonderfully friendly town that is worthy of any visitor. The ancient stannary town possesses world heritage status, setting this town apart. MORE...

Tiverton is a lively market town in a strategic position where the river Exe and the river Loman meet. It has many fine buildings reflecting a rich heritage founded on the woollen trade. MORE...

Torquay is a seaside town on the English Channel in South Devon. The town is famous for its iconic palm trees, sandy beaches and seafood. MORE...

Totnes is an old market town at the head of the estuary of the River Dart in Devon within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, and now a cool and trendy place. MORE...

Widecombe in the Moor nestles in a wide valley on Dartmoor. The village is famous for its annual fair and the popular song about Tom Pearce and his Grey Mare. MORE...

Woolacombe, with it's 3 mile long sandy beach, is fantastic for walking, beach games, picnics, surfing and making memories with your family. MORE...

The name Yelverton is believed to be a corruption of the original name of this large village on the very edge of Dartmoor. MORE...