For the best in local Devon produce, make sure to put the North Devon Food Fest in your diary, held once a year in October.
Want to see some wild North Devon seals? Try this walk around Morte Point, where seals are frequently seen according to locals.
The awesome beauty of nature is at its finest at the Valley of the Rocks, as I discovered on a recent walk around the area.
If you’re looking for tea and cake or a light lunch, you’ll be hard pressed to find somewhere better in North Devon than Tea on the Green.
Over in neighbouring Somerset and embedded within Exmoor lies the local ambler’s hotspot Tarr Steps. It is a stone’s throw from North Devon that is too good to miss.
Could there be a better beach for the first surf of your life than Woolacombe? I don’t think so.
Fish and chips. Mushy peas. Tartar sauce. They sound ordinary, but were actually extraordinary at Squires in Braunton.