Best of both worlds
Whether you set out on foot, horseback, or by car, Exmoor is a magical place to be. Wherever you go, you'll find spectacular places to walk, ride, drive, or have a picnic in. Miles of breathtaking Devon and Somerset coastline from the eastern gateway at Minehead, to the western gateway at Combe Martin, are waiting to be explored.
If you feel like venturing further afield, to the West you'll find the likes of Great Torrington, (Dartington Crystal & Rosemoor Gardens) Hartland Quay, Clovelly, and Appledore (famous fishing villages), Bideford, and Barnstaple (famous for its panier markets), North Devon’s Beaches of Saunton Sands, Croyde, and Woolacombe.
To the East you'll find the likes of Watchet, (Viking museum) Wiveliscombe, (famous Exmoor Breweries) Quantock Hills, Dunster, (medieval village) and Minehead (Home to the famous West Somerset Steam Railway).
To the South you'll find the likes of Tiverton, (famous canal) South Molton, (market town) North Molton, (old mining village) Dulverton, (Southern Gateway to Exmoor, & Headquarters to The Exmoor National Park Authority).