Walking holidays in Devon
North Devon and Exmoor
Wild uplands, mystical wooded valleys and wild red deer grazing amongst the hazy heather moorlands are just some of the sights you might encounter on a walking holiday in North Devon.
Walks in these parts take you through river gorges at Watersmeet, through the cliffs and coves of Heddon Valley and out to the South West Coast Path which adjoins sandy beach Woolacombe.
A holiday in Devon can often lead to allusions of the Mediterranean with its balmy summer evenings, subtropical coastlines and of course its famed English Riviera.
A 22 mile stretch of coastline between the seaside towns Paignton, Brixham and Torquay, this stretch of the South West Coast Path offers a little bit of beachside glamour.
If you’re after a wild and rugged walking holiday, delve into the depths of Dartmoor’s remote moorlands and ancient woodlands.
Large expanses of open country give way to imposing granite tors, plunging gorges and even the dramatic Castle Drogo. You might even stumble across Dartmoor’s famed native ponies wondering across the moors.