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Rolling valleys, mythical moorland and ponies

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Visit Dartmoor

With granite exposed hilltops and ancient tors, both rugged and beautiful, Dartmoor is the largest and wildest area of open country in southern England - and a wonderful location for a Devon holiday. An area steeped in ancient myths and legends, it’s a magical place to visit, with beauty spots, rolling hills, and Bronze Age sites all helping to create the mystical atmosphere of this unique and beautiful place.

Dartmoor Cottages

If you’re looking for the perfect self-catering accommodation on Dartmoor, take a look at our selection of holiday cottages - with romantic idylls, large properties and more to choose from.

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11 Devon Dog Walks you have to Try

Devon has a fantastic range of great walks across the county that both you and your dog can enjoy. From North to South, East to West, here are our 11 favourite dog walks for you to enjoy across the county.

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A Local's Guide to Dartmoor

Dartmoor is one of the UK’s most evocative natural landscapes. A vast wilderness right in the heart of Devon, this national park is characterised by craggy granite tors, heather-strewn moorlands, deep wooded valleys and coursing rivers. The famous, semi-wild Dartmoor Ponies are a much-loved sight and can be spotted roaming freely across the moors.

A local's guide to North Devon's best walks

North Devon boasts some of the most spectacular coastline in the whole of the county. Stunning beaches and dramatic headlands run all the way from Lynton and Lynmouth to Hartland. Quite simply, North Devon is a walking paradise. Trace this coastline by following scenic tracks and trails through Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty and you’ll discover some of the most varied terrain and beautiful countryside and coast in the UK. Let the locals guide you to the finest spots to enjoy across beautiful North Devon!

A beautiful landscape

The breathtaking Dartmoor National Park offers a unique backdrop for a holiday. With rolling valleys, ancient woodlands and beautiful Dartmoor ponies grazing on heather-covered moorland, it’s easy to feel like you’ve entered another world.

Thousands of walkers, cyclists and nature-lovers visit its vast and wild terrain every year, and the moors are great for both those wanting to enjoy a slower pace of life and those looking to get active. After an afternoon stroll, be sure to visit one of Dartmoor’s traditional pubs and restaurants, renowned for delicious local produce and fantastic real ales.

If you’re visiting with family, make sure you visit Dartmoor Zoo, where tigers, lions and monkeys await you, spread across 33 acres of National Park with stunning views across the countryside.

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