Plymouth is a port city in South Devon, with excellent train and bus connections which is super handy for getting out to the surrounding countryside and coastline for walks. I…
Devon, located in South West England, shares a border with Cornwall to the south and Somerset and Dorset to the north and east.
It has a bit of everything. From the rugged wild North Coast, to the calmer waters and endless beaches along the South Coast and English Riviera. Fossils, cliffs, colourful harbour towns, valleys, old mines and 2 National Parks, and 5 AONB’s.
National Parks: Exmoor (shared with Somerset) and Dartmoor.
South Devon AONB
North Devon Coast AONB
East Devon AONB
Tamar Valley (shared with Cornwall)
Blackdown Hills AONB (shared with Somerset)
The Dart Valley Trail is a walking trail which follows the River Dart on mostly the south side, and a little on the north side. How long is it? Well,…
Located in South Devon, Salcombe is a true gem of a place, and a starter for some fantastic walks. Crystal clear, light blue and turquoise sea. Soft, light coloured sand.…
Dartmouth is a wonderful harbour town in South Devon, with plenty of walks and walking trails you can follow along the coast path, and River Dart. The first time I…
Dartmoor National Park is a fantastic place to head for walks. Full of woodland, moors, tors, reservoirs, rivers, and wildlife. Located in Devon, South West England, Dartmoor covers about 369…
I must admit, I didn’t know much about the Tamar Valley, except that it’s an AONB near Plymouth. It had been there, waiting for me to visit for a while.…