Summer walks on the English Riviera

The English Riviera countryside has miles of coast paths, woodland and countryside paths to explore and enjoy the warmth and liveliness of summer.

The colourful top garden border in the garden at Greenway, Devon

Greenway garden ramble

A one mile walk around Greenway garden is a great way to discover the Top Garden and the breathtaking views over the River Dart you can enjoy from there.

A National Trust ranger van parked at Man Sand beach
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Coastal circular walk from Woodhuish 

A circular walk from Woodhuish Farm to Man Sands beach and back via the South West Coast Path takes in a wetland area perfect for bird watching. It's a great winter walk, taking in rugged coastline, a secluded beach and even a Victorian cider press.

The view of the sea from Froward Point
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Froward Point walk 

A walk from Brownstone to Froward Point and back via the South West Coast Path boasts great views, interesting history and the chance to spot seals.

The view over the River Dart as seen from the Coombe Lane walk to Greenway

Galmpton to Greenway walk via Coombe Lane

A moderate 2.5 mile walk from Galmpton via Coombe Lane is perfect for walkers, cyclists and horse riders alike.

There is a wonderful circular walk around Little Dartmouth

A circular walk from Little Dartmouth

Enjoy a beautiful walk with far-reaching views. Take a detour and visit the secluded, sandy Compass Cove. Finish at the ruin of Gallants Bower, an old Civil War fort with impressive 360-degree views across the Dartmouth estuary and inland.

National Trust omega at Cadbury Camp

Cadbury Camp ramble

Climb this ancient hill fort and enjoy amazing views over the Severn Estuary.