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Ashton Cleave and the Oare Water

A county-border walk from one of Exmoor’s finest viewpoints, with an optional extension into ‘Doone Country’.

Elizabethan House

This restored Elizabethan House sits on the backstreets of Plymouth Barbican. Take yourself on an immersive yet authentic journey through its history, as well as an insight into the history of Plymouth’s Barbican and introduce yourself to some of the people who have lived in the House since it was built 400 years ago.

Geology at Crackington Haven

A coastal and inland walk with sea cliff views

Plymouth Boat Trips

The South West’s premier cruising, ferry and fishing company. Set sail on various tours to discover the UK’s first national marine park, catch the ferry across to Cornwall or Mount Batten and explore the South West Coastal Path or try your hand at catching your dinner to cook later on at The Boathouse.

Fore Adventure

Fore Adventure at Middle beach are one of Dorsets leading outdoor adventure providers, founded by Jade and Dan Scott in 2010 they have been hosting wild food adventures for over 12 years and are experts in their field. As featured on Channel 4, ITV, BBC and Sky. Take a trip to Old Harry Rocks with one of their signature Sea Kayaking or Stand Up Paddle Boarding tours, explore natures very own larder on a Fishing or Foraging event or discover your wild side on a Bushcraft, Rock climbing or Coasteering adventure.

Exeter to Topsham Canal

Take an easy walk along the picturesque estuary of the River Exe.

Kingsbridge and Bowcombe Creek

A 3 mile route with magical views over the estuary.

Lelant to St Ives

A beautiful AA recommended walk in the Cornish town of St Ives.

The historic port of Lyme Regis

A scenic 4 mile, AA recommended walk of the historic port in the beautiful seaside town of Lyme Regis. (maps and directions included)

Tintagel and Tintagel Castle

A tour of the spectacular coastal quarries between Tintagel and Trebarwith Strand

Discovering historic Penzance

A gentle stroll through a famous Cornish town.

Mount Edgcumbe

Just a stones through across the water lies Mount Edgcumbe. Take a walk through history as you explore the ancestral home of the Earls of Mount Edgcumbe, hire a bike and explore the grade 1unspoilt 865-acre park landscape, or take a trek with an Alpaca. The options are endless!.

Agatha Christie’s Greenway

A lovely walk through the woods and fields of Agatha Christie’s Greenway Estate in the beautiful Dart Valley.

An Abbotsbury Loop

Enjoy this scenic AA recomended circular 4.5 mile route with map and directions.

Custom House Visitor Centre, Exeter

Located on Exeter’s historic quayside, the Custom House was built in 1680 at the height of Exeter’s woollen cloth industry. It houses lively displays, illustrations and artefacts which bring the history and development of the quayside to life. Watch the short film highlighting Exeter’s history from Roman times until today. The Custom House is also a literature hub for Quay Words, with an exciting events programme that explores stories and writing.

Exmoor Distillery

Founded in 2017 Exmoor Distillery is a lifelong ambition of the founders John & Nicola. Sharing a taste for high-end spirits and with combined expertise in engineering and business. John and Nicola have established a distillery that has won some of the highest accolades in the industry.

Theatre Royal Plymouth

The largest and best attended regional producing theatre in the UK and lead theatre in the South West. Theatre Royal Plymouth has a packed production calendar of West End shows, contemporary drama, ballet and dance companies and national operas.

From Chapel Porth to Towan Cross

The wildlife habitats of clifftop mine workings, maritime heathland and a wooded valley

Pebblebed Vineyards

Discover the secrets behind crafting amazing English sparkling and still wine in the beautiful East Devon countryside with a tour of the picturesque Pebblebed Vineyard and award-winning winery. Of course… it wouldn’t be a vineyard tour without an opportunity to taste the wine too! To finish, tuck in to a selection of delicious Darts Farm artisan cheese and charcuterie, put together by our award-winning Deli team; whilst looking out over the beautiful views of the vineyard.

Howl Brewery

Just 300m from Par Sands, Howl Brewery offers a new experience in beer, pizza and adventure. Spend the day paddle-boarding and coasteering with our qualified Blue Dot Adventure guides, then wind down with one of our small-batch craft ales and delicious stone baked Neapolitan-style pizzas made with our homemade sourdough.

The Barbican

Plymouth’s delightful old port, full of narrow cobbled streets, Elizabethan warehouses, specialist shops, art galleries, cafes and restaurants. It’s the perfect place to find an original souvenir of Plymouth. Discover the Mayflower Steps from where Sir Francis Drake sailed, from where the Pilgrim Fathers departed to settle the New World and where Britons danced in defiance of Hitler’s Luftwaffe.

The Donkey Sanctuary

Explore everything the sanctuary has to offer, from award-winning gardens, scenic walks and a restaurant, to engaging exhibits and, of course, meeting hundreds of adorable donkeys. Open every day from 9am, general admission and parking are free. Friendly dogs on leads are welcome too.

From Helston to Porthleven by The Loe

Enjoy the beautiful Cornish countryside on this AA recomended 4 mile walk.

Royal William Yard

Royal William Yard is the largest group of Grade 1 listed military buildings in Europe, now a thriving hub of independent and chain businesses, restaurants and retailers. Access Royal William Yard by land and sea with its own ferry service direct from the Barbican or explore on paddleboard from Firestone Bay.

Exeter’s Underground Passages

Built in medieval times to house pipes that brought clean drinking water into the city, Exeter’s Underground Passages are a unique ancient monument – they are the only attraction of their type open to the public in Britain! Take a guided tour of these narrow, dark, passages, and visit the heritage centre to discover the story of this fascinating attraction.

Walking around Falmouth

A lovely AA recommended walk through Falmouth with maps and directions.

Plymouth Gin Distillery

Black Friars Distillery is home to Plymouth Gin and is the oldest working gin distillery in England. Take part in a variety of experiences from a 1-hour gin tour to an exclusive master distillers tour. Even better, take on the Smeaton’s Tower Experience with the master distiller for something extra special.

Helford River Cruises

Discover the beautiful Helford and magical Frenchman’s Creek, launching from the delightful Budock Vean Hotel quay.

Drakes Island

Learn about the history of the island, walk the tunnels, see the wildlife and view Plymouth from a whole new perspective. Look back at Plymouth and views across Cornwall as you climb to the highest part of the island, the perfect photo opportunity!

Visit South Devon

Browse the many options for things to do in this beautiful section of the route with our partner Visit South Devon

Seaton Tramway

Seaton Tramway operates narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon’s glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of the abundant wading bird life.

Royal Albert Memorial Museum

Exeter’s world-class museum has stunning displays and galleries, revealing Exeter’s rich history and global connections. A changing programme of special exhibitions means there is likely to be something different to see every visit, from national touring shows to community displays and fine art from the city’s collection. Free admission.

The White Horse at Osmington

Enjoy this 4 mile AA recommended walk, with map and directions.

Fowey Valley

Fowey Valley are artisan makers of a range of exquisitely handcrafted fine spirits and ciders. What makes us so different? We craft and distill every tipple by scratch, creating truly unique spirits and ciders. Experience local flavour with our selection of the finest Cornish beverages.

The River Coly and the Umborne Brook

Enjoy this AA recommended 5 mile gentle walk near Colyton, with maps and directions.

A walk through Sidmouth

Enjoy this gentle 5 mile walk through the seaside town of Sidmouth, with map and directions.

South West Coast Path: Combe Martin to Ilfracombe

A varied walk along a surprisingly rugged and indented strip of coastline, culminating in a steep ascent onto Hillsborough, with magical views.

Koru Kayaking

Koru Kayaking offer 2-hour stunning guided kayak adventures on tandem sit on top kayaks. The Helford & Frenchman’s Creek Kayak Adventure starts from the Budock Vean Hotel near Falmouth. Explore the creek, the inspiration for Daphne Du Maurier’s famous novel, and enjoy an abundance of birdlife. SUP Adventures available too.

Koru Kayaking

Koru Kayaking offer 2-hour stunning guided kayak adventures on tandem sit on top kayaks. The St Agnes Kayak Adventure is from Trevaunance Cove, we kayak along a dramatic coastline carved out in the Cornish Mining era and have the chance to encounter Atlantic grey seals.

Hawk Combe and Porlock Hill

A stiff climb through wild woodland for a sudden sea view.

Historical Walking Tour

Enjoy a 90 minute historical walking tour of Plymouth. Walk in the footprints of the Pilgrims and other great adventurers and see and hear the history of perhaps the World’s greatest Seafaring City! Explore the city’s waterfront and discover hundreds of years of Plymouth history that shaped today’s world as we know it

Along the coast from Polruan

A woodland and coastal walk from the village of Polruan through the ancient parish of Lanteglos.

St Aldhelm’s Head and Worth Matravers

Enjoy this beautiful AA recommended 5 mile coastal walk with map and directions

Visit Exmouth

Browse the many options for things to do in this beautiful section of the route with our partner Visit Exmouth. The Visit Exmouth website is your ultimate guide to discovering the wonders of Exmouth, including Destination Highlights, Travel Tips & Guides, Accommodation Options, Dining, Events and Festivals.

Exploring Pendeen and it’s mines

A 5 mile, AA recomended route enjoying the beautiful views of Pendeen countryside with a route map included.

Elite Duchy Tours

At Elite Duchy Tours we help people to create memories by providing unique personalised tours of Cornwall. We like to get off the beaten track so the South West 660 is perfect for us. Explore with a local guide and expert driver in a luxury 4×4 to really experience Cornwall.

Fremington Quay and the Tarka Trail

Industrial history, a former railway line, diverse wildlife – there is masses to discover on this Taw estuary walk

A cliff walk to Blackstone Point and Dartmouth Castle

an AA recommended route, with maps and directions.

The Looe River Valleys

A short journey by rail leads to a leisurely walk along country lanes and riverside paths.

Exeter’s Red Coat Guided Tours

Discover Exeter on a free Red Coat Guided Tour, running daily throughout the year (except 25 and 26 December). The volunteer guides are extremely knowledgeable and passionate about Exeter, and have some fascinating stories to tell. You’ll discover some of Exeter’s lesser known corners as well as learning about its major landmarks and the events of Exeter’s turbulent history which has shaped the city you see today.

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