Did you know, if you walked every day for a year in Devon you would never have to walk the same path twice, so get your boots on and get stuck in!
There's no better place to begin your walk, than from Kingsbridge with excellent public transport links, and an Information Centre packed full of maps, books and inspiration. We also have close links with the following organisations and would recommend downloading some walks from their websites before you visit…
The South West Coast Path is dramatic, all 630 miles of it. The wilds of the coastline, rugged ridges hugged by heather, crashing waves, salty spray, the snoozy fishing villages waiting to be explored, the invigorating cliffs and everything else that makes this spectacular Path so incredible.
The South West Coast Path Association protects and promotes the Path. If you love the Path like they do, please support it by becoming a member or make a donation. That way they can keep it amazing for you and generations. Visit the website for more information or call us them on 01752 896 237. www.southwestcoastpath.org.uk
There are hundreds of miles of rights of way criss-crossing the area and one of the best ways of exploring the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is on foot. There are 45 circular walks you can download for free from the AONB website ranging from 2-12 miles in length including a map, details of facilities and accessibility with lots of info on wildlife, archaeology and history. Some of the walks are audio enhanced enabling you to hear a commentary on your phone at specific points along the way.
The National Trust owns over 40 miles of spectacular coastline in the South Hams area. From small wild places where you can get really close to nature to popular beaches with great cafes and watersports.
Their new access for all route at Bolberry is great for those with pushchair or less mobile. Take your time at the viewpoints with far reaching views of South Devon and this spectacular coastline. Download more walks for this area from www.nationaltrust.org.uk/walks.
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