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Explore, discover, experience. No two visits to Devon are the same, this diverse county has everything from the bustling cities of Plymouth and Exeter, to the varied coastlines of the Jurassic Coast in the east, the area of outstanding beauty in the North and the English Riviera with its palm trees and abundance of family friendly holiday resorts in the south.

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Welcome to Devon

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Exeter Cathedral

Exeter, small city in South West England is well worth exploring. Dating back to the Roman era, with the City Walls surrounding its centre, with the 13th Century Cathedral in the midst of the city,  Exeter Castle, a Norman landmark, overlooks leafy Northernhay and Rougemont Gardens.

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Historic Dartmouth Tour

The beautiful town of Dartmouth situated on the mouth of the River Dart is one of South Devon’s most popular and enchanting towns, with its charming historic streets, scenic river location and surrounded by rolling Devon countryside.  

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Buckland Abbey

Discovery, tranquillity and history – Buckland Abbey is an ancient gem in the Tavy Valley landscape. 


When you visit Buckland, you follow over 700 years of footsteps; from the Cistercians who built the Abbey and farmed the estate, to seafarers Grenville and Drake who changed the shape of the house and the fate of the country.

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Slapton Sands

An extremely picturesque and popular sandy beach, Slapton Sands plays an important part in the survival of some of the UK's rarest flora and fauna. 


The history associated with Slapton Sands during WW2 is Operation Tiger, which was one of a series of large-scale rehearsals for the D-Day invasion of Normandy, which took place in April 1944 on Slapton Sands in Devon.

Roman Exeter Tour

In Ad 55 the Second Roman Legion set up a fortress north of the River Exe. The Romans called this settlement Isca and it formed the modern-day city of Exeter.

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Exeter Castle & Cathedral Tour

Discover Exeter’s rich history, quirky corners and events that encouraged it to develop into the small vibrant city we know today. Explore the cathedral close, medieval streets and hidden gem of Rougemont Gardens.

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Commerce, Pleasure & Piracy Tour

Enjoy a walk in the lovely seaside port of Ilfracombe on Devon’s rocky North Coast: hidden coves and hideaways, seaside architecture and a quirky holiday culture with fascinating stories of mariners, pirates, explorers, wartime heroes and pleasure seeking visitors.

Crusaders, Pilgrims & Liberators Tour

Begin with a walk around historic Dartmouth, visit buildings dating back to the 14th century and learn of the historic voyages which sailed from here. Discover the stunning scenery of magnificent Start Bay in the South Hams of Devon.

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Historic Dartmouth Charming River Por Tour

A memorable and scenic walk around the lovely town and port of Dartmouth uncovering stories of discovery and exploration, seaborne raids, traders and great endeavour. We explore the old town’s narrow streets and stone stairs, its wharfs, castles and the wonderful views across the estuary and out to sea.

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