The South West coast and waterways are a great place to explore with your canoe, board or kayak. Some of the best surfing beaches are found here too.
Get into the water on your next visit the coast near East Soar, it's the perfect excuse to try something new.
Swimming, sailing, kayaking, paddleboarding and diving are some of the ways to enjoy the sheltered waters of Studland Bay.
As well as walking and discovering creatures on the beach, there's lots to see and do in the water and nearby too, including watersports, sailing, swimming, horse riding and diving.
Explore this beautiful part of Devon from a new angle - find out more about canoeing and fishing at Watersmeet.
This quiet backwater is a pretty busy place, but don't let that stop you from picking up your rod or paddle.
Discover the secrets of the Salcombe estuary with David Halsall from Singing Paddles. Book a taster or day trip and explore hidden coves, shipwrecks and a shore teeming with wildlife.
Come to Studland Bay for swimming, kayaking and other watersports, or hire a bike and explore the Dorset countryside.
Give something new a try at Lizard Point and Kynance Cove, there are lots of watersports on offer.
At Exmouth Watersports a large team of highly trained instructors are available to teach paddleboarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, kayaking and more.
Head to one of the National Trust recognised surf schools around Holywell and Crantock and get into the water.
Classic coastline, tropical gardens, iconic monuments and the great outdoors are waiting to be discovered in the South West.
If you're looking for somewhere to stay on your next break to the South West, we've got lots to choose from.
There are cabins by the sea, cosy cottages in the hills, manor houses and even a lighthouse or two.
We're working to reverse the damage that human activity has wreaked on nature in the South West over the last fifty years or so.