Places to visit in Devon

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Exmoor Zoo
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Exmoor Zoo

Exmoor Zoological Park is home to 170 species of wildlife. The park is set in 12 acres of land with roaming peacocks and wildfowl.

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Brixham Harbour
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Brixham Harbour

A bustling harbour and Marina which is one of the busiest fishing ports in England. Home to Sir Frances Drake's Golden Hind.

Paignton Zoo
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Paignton Zoo

Looking for an exciting day out in Devon? Come in and get close to over two thousand creatures at one of the South West's most exciting visitor attractions.

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Splashdown Waterpark
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Splashdown Waterpark

Splashdown Waterpark, is a great day out. There is something for everyone to enjoy - from big kids to little ones - with some of the UK's most exciting flume rides and some of the English Riviera's most spectacular views, right next to Goodrington Beach it's a winning combination!

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South West Coastal Path
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South West Coastal Path

Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational and every day walking it brings stunning new experiences.

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Dartmouth Steam Railway
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Dartmouth Steam Railway

Take a steam train along the South Devon Coast, the scenery on this picturesque line is breathtaking.

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The Big Sheep
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The Big Sheep

All weather family fun attraction. Features indoor play barn, fairground rides, animal barn, gin distillery and on site brewery. Be sure not to miss the famous sheep racing!

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Lundy Island
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Lundy Island

Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it and America, a granite outcrop, three miles long and half a mile wide. In the hubbub of the modern world it is a place apart, peaceful and unspoiled.

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Lynton and Lynmouth
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Lynton and Lynmouth

Lynton stands some 450ft above its sister village of Lynmouth and in the 18th and 19th Centuries inspired Romantic poets and authors and became a popular tourist resort owing much of it development to the wealthy publisher, Sir George Newnes.

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Hangman Hill
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Hangman Hill

Difficulty: Challenging.  An inspiring walk with far-reaching views over coast and hills. Listen out for warblers, as well as nesting seabirds on the cliffs and ravens on the hillside. Please note this walk includes steep, muddy paths that can be very slippery, with substantial ascent and descent.

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Combe Martin to Woolacombe
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Combe Martin to Woolacombe

Difficulty: Challenging. This is a truly spectacularly wild and beautiful section of the South West Coast Path, which includes some easy cliff paths across  farmland around Ilfracombe and Woolacombe and some more strenuous ascents, especially between Lee Bay and Morte Point. The area around Morte is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest for its beautiful maritime heathland and grasses.

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Baggy Point Circular Walk
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Baggy Point Circular Walk

Difficulty: Easy. This short circular walk along the western flank of Baggy Point will reward you with far-reaching coastal, sea and farmland views. It's also an excellent place to see wild flowers and for a spot of bird-watching. The area is designated a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) for its geological features.

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Lynton/Lynmouth to Combe Martin
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Lynton/Lynmouth to Combe Martin

Difficulty: Strenuous. This is part of R. D. Blackmore's Lorna Doone territory and the landscape is so extraordinary that legend has explained its origin as the acts of the Devil. From here there are some challenging climbs, including reaching the highest point of the South West Coast Path, and lovely views along beautiful stretches following the edge of the land, away from civilisation.

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