Photos of Devon

Browse through the photos below to aid you in discovering where to visit in Devon during your stay or read our travel guide to learn more about this part of South West of England. Take a look at some holiday cottages in Devon.

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Tarka trail in North Devon

The Tarka Trail is a cycle network covering an impressive 180 miles on a variety of Devon landscapes, ranging from rugged cliffs and sandy bays to numerous wooded riverside valleys and picturesque moorland. With the main route stretching from Braunton in the north, through Bideford and Great Torrington towards the village of Meeth

Agatha Christies Greenway House in Brixham

Greenway House in Devon, the Brixham holiday home of Agatha Christie

Buckfast Abbey in Buckfastleigh

Buckfast Abbey is part of an active Benedictine monastery and is a popular tourist spot


Clovelly a popular tourist village in North Devon


The harbour in Clovelly is a starting point of many good walks and is well known for its sea food

Combe Martin

Combe Martin has the longest village street in the country and has tourist attractions for people of all ages.

Dartmouth Castle

Dartmouth Castle is one of english heritage attraction with stunning views of the estuary and out to sea offering a great family day out whatever the weather

Dartmoor combestone tor

A beautiful early morning sunrise at Combestone Tor on Dartmoor with its granite boulders


This is the popular Cathedral being one of the great Cathedrals of England

Great torrington

Great torrington has the popular attractions of Dartington Crystal and RHS Garden Rosemoor and many local small boutique shops selling a range of produce

Damehole point near Hartland

Damehole point near Hartland looking towards Hartland point lighthouse


Honiton is know for its weekly markets, but also has many rural walks along the miles of surrounding coutryside and rivers, some with waterfalls such as this one


Ilfracombe harbour with its new attraction of the statue verity, a 66 foot bronze-clad scuplture created by the worlds famous artist Damien Hirst. Also on the harbor is a light house which is open to the public to learn about the history of Ilfracombe. Th

Lundy island view of harbour

Lundy island just off the shore of North Devon and can be accessed by the Oldenburg ferry from either Bideford or Ilfracombe

Exmoor National park near Lynton and Lynmouth

Exmoor National park has many stunning country side walks both along the coast and further in land along the valleys

Watersmeet near Lynmouth

Watersmeet is a beautiful place for walks with family or to gather your thoughts or even capture some stunning photos along this long stream which meets an amazing waterfall.

Tamar railway bridge

Tamar railway bridge linking Devon and Cornwall via Plymouth and Saltash, its the worlds first suspension bridge which runs alongside the Brunel bridge

Smeatons Tower on Plymouth Hoe

Smeatons Tower is a well know memorial landmark which draws many vistiors to Plymouth to take in the surroundings from this vantage point over looking the estuary