Walking & Places of Interest

South West Coast Path; In North Devon the South West Coast Path runs from Lynton & Lynmouth in the north down to the Hartland peninsula in the south. This landscape is breath-taking, ranging from high cliffs, rock formations and sandy beaches to the stunning countryside. A selection of key walks can be found below.

For more information please visit www.southwestcoastpath.org.uk

Lynton and the Valley of the Rocks – This walk takes in a flat section of high cliffs between Lynton and the Valley of the Rocks. The scenery is exhilarating and very picturesque, you may be fortunate enough to encounter the local goats that roam freely.
2.7 Miles (Easy).
Heddon’s Mouth – A scenic walk through the ancient woodland of Heddon Valley that follows a stream all the way down to Heddon’s Mouth. The walk is perfect for families. 
2.1 Miles (Easy).
Bull Point and Lee Bay – This walk starts by passing through coastal farmland and ancient woodland down to a small valley via prehistoric standing stones. Views are extensive of the Bristol Channel. 
4.5 Miles (Moderate).
Baggy Point – A great circular family walk out to the point and back again via either a lower or higher path. The walk has stunning sea views with the chance to glimpse seals around the point itself.   
2.7 Miles (Easy).
Braunton Burrows – This route starts at Velator and passes through the Braunton Burrows one of the UK’s largest sand dune systems that attracts a wide variety of plat and wildlife species. The walk heads inland around the marshes and takes in the Braunton Great Field.
6.1 Miles (Moderate).
Hartland Quay Circular – This is a breath-taking circular walk along the coast path that takes in streams, waterfalls and rock formations along with plentiful wildlife.
4 Miles (Moderate).
Lundy Island.
Tarr Steps.
Watersmeet – National Trust Tea Garden and Shop.
Dunkery Beacon.