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Walking Holidays in Devon


  • Discover Devon's rugged coastline and wild moorlands
  • Tarka Trail, a UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve
  • The striking red-stone stacks and triassic cliffs of the Jurassic Coast 
  • Stay in charming seaside towns and enjoy fresh fish and chips
  • Dartmoor, backdrop of Sherlock Holmes novel, Hound of the Baskervilles
  • Discover the unique Undercliff National Nature Reserve

Walk through the ever-changing landscapes of Devon; the sweeping wilderness of Dartmoor, the remote and unspoilt moorland of Exmoor, and the striking red cliffs of the Jurassic Coast. Granite tors occasionally breach the skyline and wild ponies roam the open landscape.  Scattered throughout Devon are many picturesque villages and towns, from the thatched cottages of Branscombe, to the bustling seaside town of Exmouth. 

Our tours in Devon include sections of the South West Coast Path on the north and south coast of the region. Whichever way you choose to explore Devon, you can be sure it will be stress-free with our carefully-considered itineraries which include baggage transfers and overnight stays in friendly B&B's, guesthouses and small hotels. So you can just look forward to finishing your walk and enjoying a pint of the famous Scrumpy Cider! 

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Discover Devon

  • The Wildlife of Dartmoor National Park

    The vast, open landscapes of Dartmoor National Park are home to some very diverse wildlife including some rare plants and animals. Here are some of the sights you can look forward to spotting on a walk through here!

    Blue Ground Beetle - one of the rarest beetles in the UK, it has a unique metallic blue colouring. 

    The Wood Warbler - this migrant bird lives in the woodlands of Dartmoor, which can be classed as temperate rainforests due to their mild climate and high rainfall. 

    Otters - these very cute little mammals thrive in Dartmoor due to the abundance of rivers where they feed on spawning frogs.

    Common lizard - large numbers of these live in the ground vegetation across the moors

    The Cuckoo - these migratory birds come to lay their eggs in Dartmoor between April and August and as you enjoy your walk during these months you may hear their unique call. 

    The Wildlife of Dartmoor National Park
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