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Town and villages


  • Bideford - In the 16th Century, Bideford was Britain’s third largest port. Today, Bideford is a thriving shopping centre with an historic Pannier Market holding both produce and crafts markets twice each week. Many antique shops are scattered amongst the narrow backstreets and alleyways that lead up from the quay and the river. 
  • Appledore - Near the quay tiny whitewashed terraces face each other across cobbled courtyards, the former homes of fishermen. You can find quaint coffee shops, craft shops and galleries and a selection of friendly pubs.
  • Instow - The sands here are quite extensive so there's room for everyone. Its a popular place to launch boats and windsurfers from and there's plenty of space for cricket and volleyball.
  • Ilfracombe - It sits amongst the rugged cliffs of the Atlantic coast, and has a charming natural harbour and elegant Victorian architecture. The town enjoyed its heyday after the arrival of the railway and most buildings derive from this period.
  • Lynton & Lynmouth - a small Victorian town with a selection of shops, tea-rooms and cafés. Lynmouth is a pretty harbour nestling beneath the cliffs. It is a quiet retreat where one can wander between the quaint fishing cottages that line the narrow street down towards the quay and the distinctive Rhenish Tower
  • Coombe Martin - 
  • Clovelly - 
  • Hartland - 
  • Bude - 
  • Braunton
  • Croyde
  • Holsworthy
  • Woolacoombe

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