Circular and Linear Walks

Circular and Linear Walks

The many faces of maritme South Devon in one 4.5 mile walk; wild open sea and rugged coast, sheltered estuary, wooded riverbanks, and the waterfront village of Noss Mayo with its chocolate box charm.

The walk starts at Warren car park, and follows good footpaths and tracks. 

This walk has been reproduced with the kind permission of South Devon AONB



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This is a self-guided, circular, 6 mile walk around Combe Martin.

This walk through the North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) is a six mile, circular route that takes you on a journey through Combe Martin's industrial heritage.While you walk you will be looking at evidence that can still be found, to this day, of industry in the landscape. Combe Martin's heritage is different to that of its neighbouring towns, in that its remoteness and industry, which left it a 'shammick' of a town, dirty and industrial, meant that it was not visited by tourists until relatively recently. In the landscape today you can see evidence of silver mines, lime burning, maritime industries and market gardening, all the while taking in the beautiful coastal landscape of North Devon. As we walk thorough Combe Martin, names, buildings and fields reveal the industrial past of Combe Martin.

This walk was created by the North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), and has been reproduced with their permission. 



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On this walk you can either choose to go the short route which is 2.5 miles or the longer route which is 6 miles.

The walk starts at the WWT Car Park on Stert Drove. From here you follow the path towards Otterhampton Marsh. You will come to a viewing platform from where you can see right out across the Marsh.

Once you have taken in this fascinating view you can carry on to the Mendip Bird Hide which looks out over the main saltmarsh and Quantock Hide. From here if you opt for the shorter walk you can head back to the car park. If you choose to stay on the longer walk, you then have to follow either the Summer or the Winter walk because diversions are in place from September to April to protect over-wintering birds.

You then retrace your steps back to the car park taking in the last of the beautful views.

 



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This walk is 7.5 miles long with toilets and cafes in the villages you pass.

The walk starts off at the Esplanade in Watchet where you canhave a view of the Harbour and West Pier. You then walk down the Old Mineral  Line and under the railway bridge. On this walk you have a choice of three different ways. You can go and visit Cleeve Abbey or you can continue on the circular walk or you can go to the heritage site of Dawes Castle. You can enjoy views of Wales, Steep Holm, Flat Holm and the Mendip Hills.



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