The Village of Clovelly

The Village of Clovelly

Clovelly North Devon We’ve added some new photographs to the Clovelly and Devon photograph gallery. You can view the village page at: www.devonlink.co.uk/clovelly/ Clovelly is a small former fishing village located on the North Devon coast. It is notable for its steep cobbled main street that leads right down to the harbour. Clovelly is privately owned and has been subject to some dispute and argument over its entrance fee to visit this quaint and old-fashioned little Devon village. You can…

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Tour of Britain 2016 Cycle Race Coming to Devon

Tour of Britain 2016 Cycle Race Coming to Devon

The Tour of Britain to return to Devon with summit finish The Tour of Britain will return to Devon after a year’s absence this September. Stage Six will see the world’s top teams and riders racing from Sidmouth on the East Devon coast to the summit of Haytor on Dartmoor. Dartmoor hosts the only summit finish of the 2016 edition of British Cycling’s premier road cycling event on Friday 9th September. In total the route is 152.7km long, including 3,101metres…

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Bude to Hartland Quay on the South West Coast Path

Bude to Hartland Quay on the South West Coast Path

A walk on the South West Coastal Path from Bude to Hartland Quay Overview Following on from our last South West Coast Path walk from Croyde to Ilfracombe we decided to do another in North Devon. Or to be exact a walk that finished in North Devon but actually started in the neighbouring county of Cornwall. This time, for the walk, which is the second that we have featured, we chose to try the remote route from Hartland Quay to…

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South West Coastal Path – Croyde to Ilfracombe

South West Coastal Path – Croyde to Ilfracombe

A walk on the South West Coastal Path from Croyde to Ilfracombe Overview The plan for the day was to walk the Croyde to Ilfracombe section of the South West Coast Path. This is a hilly and fairly demanding leg of the path located in North Devon. It does however offer some of Devon’s most spectacular scenery. The Croyde to Ilfracombe section of the walk was chosen on this occasion as I had popped up to visit Woolacombe & Morte…

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Cycling in Devon – The Dartmoor Way

Cycling in Devon – The Dartmoor Way

Having fun and cycling in Devon has never been more accessible until now! We have already featured the Tour De Manche cycle route and now Devon cycling has been enhanced further with a recently launched cycle way that opened up a 95-mile circular route of Dartmoor National Park taking in the hamlets, villages and glorious countryside. This new cycle way, The Dartmoor Way, is a great way to explore some of the best landscape and beautiful countryside in the area….

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Devon – South West Coast Path

Devon – South West Coast Path

Photographs have just been added for Exmouth and Sandy Bay within the Devon Beaches category of The Devon Gallery. And, also added are shots taken on the South West Coast Path in Devon! Send us your Devon Photographs here!

Beaches in Devon

Beaches in Devon

Photographs have just been added to the The Devon Gallery. The new scenic images including those for Woolacombe and Dawlsh Warren are online and showing Devon basking in the glorious sunshine!   Send us your Devon Beach Photographs here!

Devon Cycling – Tour de Manche

Devon Cycling – Tour de Manche

A new cycle route has just been opened between Devon and France. The Tour de Manche is a 745 mile long cycling tour that visits the English South West counties of Devon & Dorset and the French Northern areas of Brittany & Normandy. This beautiful cycle route passes some fantastic scenic landscapes along the way including the Jurassic Coast and Dartmoor National Park. The Devon towns of Axminster, Seaton, Sidmouth, Budleigh Salterton, Exmouth, Exeter, Okehampton, Tavistock and Plymouth are all…

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Devon Photo Gallery

Devon Photo Gallery

New photographs have been added to the Devon Gallery. These new images have been added to the South Devon areas of Dartington, Halwell, Harbertonford, Kingswear, Slapton and Dartmouth. Photographs have also been added to the new Devon Beaches Gallery. You can submit photographs for the Devon pages by visiting and completing this form.

World Cup Rugby is coming to Devon

World Cup Rugby is coming to Devon

It has been confirmed that the 2015 World Cup rugby tournament will be coming to Devon. The home of Exeter Chiefs, Sandy Park has been chosen as one of 13 venues that will host fixtures during the event. The Devon capital, Exeter, will see three World Cup matches staged at the Chief’s state of the art stadium starting with the visit of Tonga against the qualifiers from the Africa one group. Exeter Rugby