Top destinations across Devon to explore
Exmoor was created as a National Park in October 1954 and covers an area of 267 square miles in North Devon and West Somerset.
Its highest point is Dunkery Beacon, some 1,704 ft. above sea level. The entire area offers some spectacular moorland walks, rolling hills and deep coombes. It has a long history and varied wildlife.
Dartmouth is characterised by the number of vessels of all types, shapes and sizes filling every available spot along the Dart estuary.
A fine 15th Century castle stands guard at the entrance to the harbour. The town's museum lists some of Devon's most famous mariners such as Drake and Raleigh.