The North Devon Coast is an ‘area of special places’ – from traditional family friendly resorts to rugged headlands to sandy beaches and rolling dunes!
There’s Ilfracombe, with its harbour, grand villas and cottages and the more cosy Woolacombe and its renowned beaches.
To the stunningly beautiful Hartland Peninsula, with views of Lundy Island, and on to nearby Speke’s Mill and Welcome Mouth, where waterfalls gush from the cliffs.
Walkers-only at Clovelly, another village with its own waterfall.
The South West Coastal Path keeps you on foot and on course to Saunton Sands which front the more than three miles of sand dunes that make up Braunton Burrows, a UNESCO Biosphere reserve.
Devon Red cattle share this wonderland with countless butterflies, birds, flowers and reptiles.