Discover five alternative hidden dog waliking gems in Devon. Including the the local nature reserve of Stover Country Park & the woodland walks and riverside trails of Dartington Hall.Read More
Devon is the shire county that neighbours Cornwall. Known for its fossil cliffs, sandy beaches, medieval towns and moorland national parks, this is a prime spot for anyone craving an outdoors fix.
With idyllic towns such as Ilfracombe, Devon offers all kinds of exciting things to do such as boat trips, fishing, golf and horseriding. Wander around traditional fishing villages or along sandy beaches and explore unspoilt landscapes and a wealth of attractions.
These dog friendly days out are a great addition to exploring the beaches and national parks of Devon.Read More
The picturesque beaches are what Devon is most well-loved for & here are 5 of the best dog friendly beaches to discover.Read More
The south-coast is known as the English Riviera, including the charming towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. The seaside town of Torquay is worth visiting in its entirety, but its most eclectic, loveable districts is Babbacombe. Babbacombe’s beach is a surfer’s paradise, its Model Village is a culturally exciting attraction, the Babbacombe theatre is home to exquisite displays of British theatre and the green clifftops of the Babbacombe Downs is breathtaking. Its at the Babbacombe Downs that you can access Oddicombe Beach on the Babbacombe Cliff Railway, and between the café, beach hut and crashing waves, you’re in for a real treat.
If you’re looking for more of a green-aesthetic than a seaside one, this county offers it all. Dartmoor National Park is 954 square kilometres of pure natural bliss, with walking routes and guided tours available for most of the year. Some noteworthy, picture-perfect spots are Becky Falls, an ancient valley containing a woodland park, and Foggintor Quarry, a historical landmark with vast views of the hilly countryside.