Spotting a carpet of bluebells in a woodland is a highlight of any springtime walk in the countryside. Discover the top spots where you can see carpets of bluebells in woods in Devon.
With acres of woodland, the Killerton estate is a great place to see bluebells bring the woods to life. Here are 4 of the best spots.
Wander around the tranquil grounds which has an undulating landscape with small carpets of bluebells throughout April and May.
Steep wooded slopes provide a perfect home for bluebells to flourish and grow undisturbed.
As spring bursts into life, find out about all of the seasonal things to do at Coleton Fishacre.
Explore one of the finest gardens in the south west and why not bring along your furry friend too to see the seasonal highlights this winter? Dogs are welcome on leads between November and February.
A hilly route that encompasses colourful woodlands, some lovely views of Cofflete Creek and the hedge-lined fields that lie to the east of Wembury.
A carpet of flowers, newborn lambs and walks in the countryside; where better to enjoy a day out than at Buckland Abbey?
The sight of a sea of bluebells is one of the best things in late spring. Find out where the best places to see bluebells in flower usually are around Brownstone and Coleton Camp.
Smell the scent of spring as you take a stroll in the garden.
Find out some of the plants in flower you may see and the wildlife you may spot when walking through Greenway's woodland garden in early summer.
Built between 1643 and 1645 and now just a ruin, the Civil War fort is still an impressive place to explore with amazing 360 degree views across the estuary and inland.
During the spring months the garden is full of colour from azaleas to rhododendrons.
Why not take the chance to explore off the beaten track at this tranquil woodland in the Dart Valley. If you're lucky you might even spot an otter or two.
Discover Arlington Court, a Regency house nestled in a wooded valley in unspoilt North Devon, on a spring walk through woodlands and country paths.
Follow the breathtaking Hunters Path high above the river Teign from the imposing bulk of Castle Drogo for chances to spot wildlife and stunning views. There are many places to stop and enjoy a picnic.
North Devon is a great place to spot wildflowers, especially in spring. Discover more about some of the flowers that grow here and how to identify them.