One of Exeter's most popular parks, Belmont Park was first opened to the public in 1886 as a play area for the children of St Sidwell's. Subsequently enlarged, the park has undergone many changes and today it is a dynamic feature of Newtown's vibrant community.
Central Park is the largest park in Plymouth. It was originally created in 1928 as a park devoted to the improvement of the health of city residents. Wide boulevards go through the park's open meadows and woodlands, up and down hills with fantastic views over the city.
Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of the UK's finest beach resorts. Here you'll find a long beach, flanked by distinctive sand dunes and an internationally recognised nature reserve.
Exmouth Local Nature Reserve is a massive area of tidal sand and mud at the southern end of the Exe estuary – in fact, it’s one of the biggest Local Nature Reserves in Devon.
The Grand Western Canal Country Park and Local Nature Reserve meanders through beautiful mid-Devon countryside and quiet villages between Tiverton and Lowdwells (near the Somerset border).
The Hoe is an obvious focal point for the city, with its spectacular backdrop of Plymouth Sound, one of the world's great natural harbours. No doubt you will know it for Sir Francis Drake's legendary game of bowls before leaving to defeat the Spanish Armada.
A walking route around Torbay, created by the Torbay Coast and Countryside Trust in partnership with the Ramblers Association, from a legacy left by John Musgrave who was a keen walker, the trail takes in a large section of south Devon’s scenic and varied landscape.