The South Devon Coast Path is a chance to discover a huge range of natural and social history, rocky headlands, hidden coves and sandy beaches.
Britain’s longest marked footpath, the South West Coast Path, covers 630 miles of coast around the West Country and is guaranteed to give even the most determined rambler’s boots a good pounding.
The section of path along the South Devon coast is one of the most picturesque, and is well worth a visit as part of a holiday in South Devon. Whether you plan to walk the entire South Devon coast or would just like to find a place to spot dolphins, basking sharks and coastal wildlife, the South Devon Coast Path gives you the chance to discover a huge range of natural and social history, as well as rocky headlands, hidden coves and sandy beaches all waiting to be discovered.
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