North Devon Coasts Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty

The North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) covers 171 square kilometres (66 square miles) of mainly coastal landscape including special places such as Combe Martin, Lee Bay, Woolacombe, Croyde, Saunton, Northam Burrows Country Park, Westward Ho!’s Pebble Ridge, the Hartland Peninsula and Braunton Burrows.
The landscape varies from wild coastal cliffs, spectacular waterfalls and rocky coves to sand dunes and beaches, wooded combes and valleys with sheltering villages.

The AONB and it’s Partnership supports sustainable development for coastal communities and the rural economy, whilst conserving the outstanding wildlife, landscape and heritage of North Devon.

Visit their website to explore the AONB via the interactive map or you can download a free “Discover the AONB” map for North Devon and Torridge. The maps will guide you around the AONB and highlight the wildlife you may see along the way. There are also downloadable walks available for free.
Follow the AONB Team on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram or visit their website for more information.

North Devon Coast Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty