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OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling.


Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.


This map is ideal for exploring Bideford, Ifracombe, Barnstaple and the surrounding area.

Bideford, Ilfracombe and Barnstaple  (OS Explorer Map)

28 fantastic country walks designed for walkers of all abilities. Ranging from 2-13 miles in length, each circular walk takes in some of the many delights of the North Devon countryside - known for its dramatic coastline, wide sandy bays and woodland that runs right to the cliff edge.


Contains walks along the South West Coast Path between Foreland Point and Marsland Mouth as well as walks that offer the opportunity to visit some more unusual locations such as Lundy Island. Enjoy some of the best walking destinations in the county, from the Two Moors Way and the Tarka Trail to the Exe Valley and the ever-popular Clovelly and the Valley of Rocks.

The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall is the ultimate handbook for discovering the region, from the wilds of Dartmoor to the rocky Atlantic coast, and from Lundy Island to the "English Riviera" of Torbay.


For outdoor activities enthusiasts or beach bums, The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall tells you everything you need to know for a weekend away or an extended break.


Discover the best walks, rides, dives and surf breaks in Devon and Cornwall together with biking and hiking trails and specialist holiday operators.

The Rough Guide to Devon & Cornwall

The Coasts of Devon

Presented as pocket sized, folded maps to the National Cycle Network, this title includes clearly mapped on-road and traffic-free paths, easy to read contours and detailed town insets.


This map includes the Tarka Trail plus 4 individual day rides. The series is published by CycleCity Guides in partnership with Sustrans.


1:110,000 scale; folded 155mm x 99mm; flat 792mm x 630mm.



North Devon Cycle Map

What’s better than a long country walk?  A long country walk with a pub at the end of it!


This handy book features a collection of twenty circular walks based on good local pubs, with maps and photographs.


“Excellent descriptions within the book. Good clear directions with maps to aid the walking experience. Am looking forward to trying some of the excellent pub-grub following a walk to work up an appetite.”



Pub Walks in Exmoor and North Devon

Time Out Devon & Cornwall takes you straight to the most inspiring destinations, from spectacular beaches to grand gardens and stately homes; the best places to stay, eat and drink, and the most compelling sights, villages and landscapes.


Full of local recommendations, hidden places and at-a-glance seasonal events alongside all the best-known attractions, such as the Eden Project and Dartmoor.

Time Out Devon & Cornwall 2nd edition

Devon offers the best of Britain in one county. The council is championing sustainable tourism to combat global warming and there are more green businesses and organic food producers here than anywhere in the UK.


This unique guide is a valuable source of local information, to help visitors get the most out of the area in the time you have.


Throughout the book, local people give their recommendations on where to find the best fish and chips, bike ride or secret path to a spectacular view, uncovering the Best of Britain.

The Best of Britain: Devon

This fantastic activity guide from the AA tells you the best places to visit in Devon and includes mapped walks, cycle rides and car tours.


Inside you'll find easy-to-use and modern layouts with colour photographs to inspire you and area maps which show the area in detail. The guide contains 10 walks, 3 cycle rides and 2 car tours, each illustrated with a colour map.


Each chapter tells you the best places to visit and listings pages give reviews of pubs and tea shops plus information on where to shop, local specialities, activities, and local events and festivals.

Leisure Guide Devon (AA Leisure Guides)

This detailed full colour foldout visitors' map of Devon and West Somerset highlights the locations of places of interest to the visitor.


There are town and city centre plans which highlight the locations of places of interest and include information about each town or city and the tourist sites, entertainment, sports and leisure facilities located on each plan. The cities of Exeter and Plymouth and towns of Brixham, Dartmouth, Paignton and Torquay are featured.


There is an index to cities, towns, villages, hamlets and locations and a separate alphabetical listing of the places of interest featured on the mapping.

Devon Visitors' Map (A-Z Visitors Map)

OS Explorer Map is the Ordnance Survey's most detailed map and is recommended for anyone enjoying outdoor activities like walking, horse riding and off-road cycling.


Providing complete GB coverage the series details essential information such as youth hostels, pubs and visitor information as well as rights of way, permissive paths and bridleways.


Perfect for exploring this section of the North Devon coast.

Clovelly and Hartland (OS Explorer Map)

Devon offers Britain at its most lush and charming through to its most bleak and impressive. The stark uplands of Dartmoor are in easy reach of the sunny delights of the southern coast, and even the odd palm tree. Resorts like Torquay offer a retro feel, while the more historic Dartmouth is rather quietly charming.


The north coast and its Atlantic rollers cater to the new surfing passion, particularly around Croyde Bay. Elsewhere is some of the prettiest countryside you could hope to see. Stroll it, ride it (by bike or horse), even walk it with a llama in tow…  Footprint's brand new guide to Devon with Kids covers all these options and more, ensuring you and the kids will get the most from your Devonshire break.

Devon with Kids (Footprint Travel Guides)  

Books, Maps & Guides Books, Maps & Guides for North Devon

Every year millions of visitors flock to the shores of Devon, Cornwall and Southwest England, and with over 650 miles of coastline and clifftops and some of England’s greenest, grandest countryside, it’s not really surprising.


- Tailor-make the perfect trip with hand-picked recommendations and inspiring itineraries.

- Full colour planning section.

- Local tips and insights get you to the heart of the region.

- Detailed maps and driving tours make independent exploration easy.

- Inspirational ideas and detailed coverage for foodies, walkers and culture-lovers.

The DK Eyewitness Top 10 Devon & Cornwall will lead you straight to the very best of this idyllic region.


Whether you're looking to absorb the history, experience the best restaurants or relax at one of its gorgeous beaches; this guide is your perfect pocket-sized companion.


Rely on dozens of Top 10 lists - from the Top 10 fabulous art galleries to the Top 10 best cream teas and the Top 10 great walking trails; there's even a list of the Top 10 things to avoid! The guide is divided by area, covering all the region's highlights and packed with reviews for restaurants and hotels.

Devon Cornwall and Southwest England (Lonely Planet)

DK Eyewitness Top 10 Travel Guide: Devon & Cornwall

From the stunning Jurassic coastline and the sheltered natural harbours of Dartmouth and Salcombe to the high exposed cliffs of North Devon around Hartland point, Ilfracombe and Lynton, Devon's coastline contains a vast and changing landscape.


Golden beaches and exposed dunes, sheer cliffs and towering rock stacks, havens and headlands are all found in this photographic journey from the North to the South coast.


Often photographed in the dramatic light of sunrise or sunset, David Entrican's spellbinding images show the Coasts of Devon from a fresh perspective.

North Devon: Walks  (Pathfinder Guide)