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Devon Overview
A county with incredible countryside, sandy beaches and charming old British towns
North Devon's historic shopping hub
Fishing boats, colourful shops ... and racing sheep
A beautiful little fishing village on Devon's north coast
Almost entirely open heath and moor land, which is normally covered in grass or heather
Previously a well-used port on the Bristol Channel, now one of the most popular tourist destinations in the south-east
Lynmouth and Lynton
Small villages on the northern coast of Exmoor National Park between the dramatic jagged cliffs
Gateway to Devon's beautiful Axe Valley, this thriving market town is famous worldwide for Axminster carpets
Blackdown Hills
An area that forms a tranquil, beautiful, and relatively isolated landscape on the Devon and Somerset border
A lively market town with magnificent church and a famous saint
Named after the River Dart and made up of nearly a thousand square kilometres of moorland
A town in Devon with a strong nautical and naval history
English Riviera
A collection of beautiful beaches and resorts on the south east coast of England
The capital city of Devon, close to the coast with good shopping and beautiful historic architecture
A lively market town regarded as the antiques capital of the south west and famous for lace and pottery
Ottery St Mary
Set in a beautiful Valley and one of the south west’s oldest towns, full of historical buildings and traditions
The biggest city in Devon and well known for its harbour and nautical history
The largest town in Mid Devon, with echoes of the past including a romantic castle and horse-drawn barge trips
Once a thriving port and shipbuilding centre, Topsham still retains a strong maritime flavour
Jurassic Coast Overview
A UNESCO World Heritage Site revealing the Earth's story in unique geology stretching back over 250 million years
A charming small resort, situated in a sheltered bay with chalk cliffs an either side
Budleigh Salterton
An elegant seaside town
The oldest seaside town in Devon with two miles of sandy beach and the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast
Situated on the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and famous for its heritage tram railway
A pretty Devon town on the Jurassic Coast

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