Exmoor is one of the country's great wilderness locations
and has been featured on ITV's show "Johnny Kingdom's Wild Exmoor. Enjoy rambling over Tarr Steps, spotting Exmoor Ponies and Red Deer before tucking in to the delicious local produce available at cosy pubs and tearooms
dotted around the Exmoor villages.
Delve into a house full of treasures and secrets at Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum and discover the romance of carriage travel
in a bygone era.
If you are looking for inspiration and a relaxing day out, visit RHS Garden Rosemoor and stroll around their enchanting 65-acre garden
. Rosemoor is a garden of intoxicating beauty, meticulously crafted and planted, retaining the essence of rural North Devon within a dramatic backdrop of steep wooded valley sides.
Whatever the season, the exciting colours, scents and textures
mean that all your senses will be stimulated, and with both formal and informal gardens - as well as woodland walks, water features and open spaces - there is something for everyone to enjoy time and again.
From the big golden sandy beaches at Saunton, Westward Ho! and Woolacombe through to rocky coves and cliffs at Hartland and Clovelly, North Devon & Exmoor offers every type of beach you could wish for
. Surfers love Croyde, Saunton, Woolacombe and Westward Ho! and walkers can enjoy the quieter stretches at Hele, Barricane, Rockham and Putsborough. Instow can be explored by cycling along the Tarka Trail or enjoy a refreshing walk along the cliffs at Hartland Quay