Spring is coming in East Devon. Can you feel it?

As brighter days arrive and signs of new life are coming, these routes are ideal for enjoying a spring day with all the family. Look out for budding trees and plants, bees and butterflies.

The stream that runs the waterwheel for Manor Mill

Branscombe village walk

A short circular walk around the historic, beautiful village of Branscombe in Devon

Spectacular view from the path

Branscombe to Beer coastal walk

Starting in the heart of Branscombe village, this scenic walk through picturesque countryside passes by the historic Forge, Old Bakery and Manor Mill before heading to Branscombe beach.

There are stunning views across to Sidmouth from many sections of this accessible walk

Accessible walk: Salcombe Hill

Whether you have boots or paws, two wheels or four, this easily accessible short walk opens the South West Coast Path to everybody.

A view of Salcombe Regis

Cliffs, valleys and ocean views in Salcombe Regis

Take a walk from Salcombe Regis out to the coast with superb views of the Devon Jurassic Coast, with a chance to explore Weston Plats, an area of 19th and 20th-century market gardens.

A view towards Loughwood Meeting House


A lovely walk that takes in Shute Barton and Loughwood Meeting House. A little under 3 hours, with some moderate inclines along country lanes, public footpaths and bye-ways.

The daffodils blooming along The Byes in Sidmouth

Discover the Byes

One of the jewels of Sidmouth running from Sidmouth to Sidford. It's a mixture of parkland, wild flower meadows, fields and farmland with a combination of footpaths and cycle tracks winding their way along the River Sid.