The East Devon Way is a 40-mile long route designed to pass through all the varied landscapes and habitats that make up the AONB
There are over 2,800 acres of heathland at the Pebblebed Heaths, all easily accessible on foot, horseback and bike
The AONB is rich with archaeological sites; the Farway bronze age landscape is considered to be the most important lowland burial landscape west of Stonehenge
The coastline from Exmouth to Lyme Regis forms the western end of England’s only natural World Heritage Site, known as the Jurassic Coast
East Budleigh, in the heart of the Pebblebed Heaths or The Commons, was the birthplace of Sir Walter Raleigh
The East Devon AONB has been recognised as a nationally important landscape since 20 September 1963
A word from the East Devon AONB
Chris Woodruff, Manager of the East Devon AONB PartnershipThe East Devon AONB is a fascinating area with a great variety of landscapes, habitats and wildlife found within a very compact area; we are sure that you will find plenty to suit your particular interests or needs. For further information about what’s going on within our AONB then why not visit our website: eastdevonaonb.org.uk. We hope that you enjoy your visit to East Devon.
The East Devon AONB Partnership is very pleased to support the development of these Greentraveller pages for our Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty as we eager that those businesses operating in a sustainable fashion within our area are given a higher profile in order to encourage them in their endeavours.
Chris Woodruff, Manager of the East Devon AONB Partnership
The impressive coastline of East Devon. Photo: East Devon AONB
East Devon AONB, England
Map: Peter Lightfoot
This guide has been written & researched by Paul Miles.