If you have a sense of adventure and like to go off the beaten track, here's a glimpse of some lesser known spots in Devon to tempt you beyond your usual haunts.
A story of secrecy and persecution lurks in the history of Loughwood Meeting House, and the dangers faced by its Baptist worshippers.
An impressive Iron Age hill fort, Dumpdon sits on one of the largest and most striking hills in the beautiful Otter Valley.
Tucked away on the edge of Dartmoor, a wealth of industrial history is waiting to be explored. A chance to see the last working foundry in England and stop off for a cuppa in the tea-room too.
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.
Criss-crossed with pathways, this is the perfect place for a sheltered walk on a warm day.
Nestled by the River Clyst sits one of the South West's last remaining working watermills.
Situated above the beautiful village of Musbury, this impressive Iron Age fort offers stunning views of the rural beauty of the Axe valley and out towards Shute Barton.
Why not take home some old fashioned sweets in a paper bag on your visit?
A rich tapestry of history lies behind the door...
A rare example of a non-fortified Middle Age manor house. After a major restoration project it became a holiday cottage, or you can visit it on set weekends in the year.
A calm spot over the River Teign with unspoilt woods and winding paths along the river valley.