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Recommended towns & villages to visit in Devon
Famous for its carpets often likened to Turkish, Axminster was one of the first West Saxon settlements formed along the River Axe in Devon...
Here in Beesands narrow lanes rise swiftly up steep cliffs from a small beach-side fishing village showing a delightful mix match of old cottages fronted by a strip of softly shelving sand and shingle...
Galmpton is a medium sized village located between Paignton and Brixham by the River Dart, close to Stoke Gabriel. Agatha Christie lived here and was closely linked to the local.....
Princetown is the highest village within the Dartmoor National Park, some call it the bleakest centre of the moors which is probably largely due to the town being the home of notorious Dartmoor Prison...All Devon towns & villagesHistoric Market TownsPicturesque VillagesHistoric CitiesAll towns in England
Recommended attractions in Devon
This unique double ringed circle is less dramatic than most and is interesting for the fact that the circles lie side by side.....
Dartmoor often makes its visitors uneasy with haunting tales of terror as immortalised in the stories of Conan Doyle, and this.....
Lundy means "puffin island" in Norse. It is a place of rare enchantment and great natural beauty, a precious island populated.....All Devon AttractionsCastles in DevonDevon Beauty SpotsAll England Attractions
Random England fact:
St Martin's Church in Canterbury is the oldest church building in England, and the oldest church in continuous use in the English speaking world.
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