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Natural in Devon

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  • A vast man-made complex of underground caverns created by centuries of quarrying the famous Beer Stone.

  • The fossil rich coastline of South East Devon makes up part of the World Heritage Jurassic Coast. The rocks here represent 185 million years of the Earth's history.

  • Lundy Island // Bideford

    Lundy Island lies 11 miles off the north Devon coast, three miles long and half a mile wide, a place of outstanding natural beauty, skies full of birds, pirate haunts and more.

  • Tunnels Beaches // Ilfracombe

    A network of hand carved tunnels leading to unique sheltered beaches and tidal victorian bathing pool.

  • Canonteign Falls // Exeter

    England's highest waterfall, situated in the Teign Valley.

  • Nature reserve situated at the mouth of the River Exe in South Devon

  • Blackdown Hills // Cullompton

    Blackdown Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located on the Devon / Somerset border

  • Blackdown Hills // Honiton

    Blackdown Hills is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty located on the Devon / Somerset border

  • Berry Head is Torbay's most important wildlife site. It also features Napoleonic fortifications, geological formations and landscapes designated as being of national importance.

  • Becky Falls Woodland Park // Bovey Tracey

    A Nature park which was voted Top Beauty Spot in Devon 2007.

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