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Lundy Island Aerial shot

Lundy Island

Lundy lies off the coast of North Devon, where the Atlantic ocean meets the Bristol Channel with nothing between it…

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Children playing on the ships and in the water at River Dart

River Dart Country Park

An award-winning family day out! Packed with outdoor fun for all ages, River Dart Country Park is located over 90 stunning…

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River Dart Country Park
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Powderham Castle

Powderham Castle lies in a beautiful deer park on the banks of the River Exe, just a stone’s throw from…

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Powderham Castle
Blackpool Sands Devon Beaches

Blackpool Sands

Blackpool Sands, set in a sheltered bay surrounded by evergreens and pines, is one of south Devon’s most beautiful natural…

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Blackpool Sands
Buckfast Abbey Devon

Buckfast Abbey

Since time immemorial, deer have been drawn to graze in the sheltered meadows which line the banks of the river…

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RHS Garden Rosemoor

RHS Garden Rosemoor is a public display garden run by the Royal Horticultural Society in north Devon, England. Rosemoor is…

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RHS Garden Rosemoor

Take a trip to one of the many wildlife and animal parks Devon has to offer for a fun and educational day out with our furry, slippery, hairy and hoofed friends. You’ll get the chance to get hands-on with our county’s fascinating wildlife – and some from more exotic climates too in one of the local Zoos!

Many of the zoos in Devon – as well as the aquariums will have sections given over to local wildlife, so you might get to delight in the antics of otters, horse around with donkeys, or giggle as sheep are made into showmen.

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