This picturesque village is situated in a deep combe, heavily wooded in places. The small rocky cove with its many rockpools and small sandy beach remains a tranquil spot even in the height of summer. Lee is often referred to locally as 'Fuchsia V ..
The National Trust have been busy creating some new resources to help inspire families with ideas of things to see and do in the area around Woolacombe. It brings together new downloadable walks, with fun activities like rockpool rambling and beas ..
National Cycle Network,Devon Coast Route 27. This is a wonderfully scenic circular route on the North Devon coast with a link that allows a start and finish in Ilfracombe. and takes in two superb traffic free sections, the National Trust coast route ..
Barnstaple is the commercial centre of the region, combining sophisticated High Street shopping with the bustling atmosphere of markets and speciality shops. It is a haven for food lovers with its array of quality bakeries, fish-mongers, cheese se ..
A calm cliff-top village with spectacular views less than a mile from Woolacombe, Mortehoe is listed in the Doomsday Book and has a number of interesting features including a rare barrel-roofed thirteenth-century church.
A fine Victorian seaside resort with something to do whatever the weather all year round. The Landmark Theatre stages productions all year from six-week summer runs to smaller productions the rest of the year. Victorian week in June celebrates ..