South Devon Area Of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB)
11 Plymouth Rd, Totnes TQ9 5NE, UK
Tel : 01803 861384
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"Beautiful coastline. The stretch walked that invited this review was just south of Dartmouth. While nice to see some villages on the way it never felt as wild or remote as further south in Cornwall. The path crossed a popular road several times but there were other stretches where you could feel the peace and quiet. Much of the South Hams coast of like this. In fact the presence of busy harbours in places like Brixham where I walked two weeks ago provide much of interest. Not far inland you will find those charming villages you may feel you have seen somewhere before on a postcard or jigsaw or chocolate box. Get out of your car and walk if able and you will be rewarded."
Andrew Elder
"Just beautiful! We went during the week on a school day so it was lovely and quiet. The car park was tiny so I'm not sure what it would be like at the weekend or during the holidays. All the beaches around this area ate just gorgeous though. We are working our way through them.and we are yet to find one that isn't lovely!"
Clare Reason
"Devon is possibly one of the most beautiful places I've ever lived and visited. this place is so vast I never get fed up with its beauty come rain or shine. There so much to do in Devon weather your a walker, thrill seeker, holiday maker or resident there's always something to see or do. And im always finding some were or something new to see or do."
terry jackson
"Very beautiful part of the South West. There are many towns to visit with some that have exceptional views and scenery. Salcombe is one such town situated in a bay. Hope Cove is another. The roads in this area, as with many in Devon, are very narrow at times with some having minimal places to pass oncoming vehicles. So take care, especially if you have a caravan."
"Great holiday destination. Caught the weather perfect and felt like we were in the Mediterranean! Beautiful place"
Dan Carley