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Best things to do in North Devon District

Discover the city through the eyes of locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Garden
“Beautiful gardens, nice change from the coast. Great children’s activities in school holidays”
46local recommendations
Theme Park
“This one time real sheep farm has diversified into a popular family attraction.”
34local recommendations
Shopping Mall
“Outlet stores include M & S, Nike, etc. Also an Asda supermarket and petrol station. ”
25local recommendations
Natural Feature
“One of the best sandy beaches in England, and only a 10 minute drive from Seacroft!”
25local recommendations
Beach
“One of the most popular and largest beaches in the area. Only a few minutes drive from The Chiggypig. Great for everyone and so big that it never feels overcrowded. Great for surfing, sunbathing, walking and watching the sunset.”
26local recommendations
Establishment
“From our stunning rural setting we offer a varied and exciting programme of arts events and activities. We aim to entertain, inspire, educate and challenge in equal measure. Our packed annual programme includes film, live events, exhibitions, workshops and educational outreach for people of all ages, interests and abilities. We think we are ‘the largest arts centre in the smallest town’ and we know our positive impact is felt across the region.”
28local recommendations
Point of Interest
“Verity is a stainless steel and bronze statue created by Damien Hirst. The 20.25-metre (66.4 ft) tall sculpture stands on the pier at the entrance to the harbour in Ilfracombe, Devon, looking out over the Bristol Channel towards South Wales. It has been loaned to the town for 20 years.The name of the piece refers to "truth" and Hirst describes his work as a "modern allegory of truth and justice".”
24local recommendations
Bar
“Excellent fresh food including local meats, fresh fish and delicious homemade desserts in a traditional countryside pub.”
20local recommendations
Seafood Restaurant
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“Braunton's best kept secret that's not very secret! I have been going there for years since I was a child. Never fails to put a smile on our faces. ”
24local recommendations
Trail
“this magical walk and cycle path passes through a wide variety of landscapes from woodland, fields and riverside on its 180 mile journey through mid and north Devon. An old railway line it has a gentle gradient! This is also with a mile or so of us.”
20local recommendations
Bar
“Lovely gastro pub - fantastic food. I love it here in the winter when they light the fire. Very cosy Devon pub. Great Sunday roasts. Popular with locals and visitors so book a table in advance”
18local recommendations
Natural Feature
“A secret beach just around the corner from Croyde. Tricky, narrow lane to get there but well worth the drive!”
16local recommendations
Surf Spot
“Lovely beach, similar to Woolacombe - good surf etc. Nice village with good pubs, Stoned Pizza pop up in the summer & the brilliant Sri Lankan take away in holiday season.”
14local recommendations
Bar
“Serves food all day, including breakfast, with a great selection of beers, and a well stocked gin shelf, it is a must visit. Dogs are welcome. ”
16local recommendations
Natural Feature
“Home of Damien Hurst's sculpture, Verity, along with a burgeoning restaurant scene the coastal town of Ilfracombe is always worth a visit.”
15local recommendations
Art Gallery
“Exhibitions around the year from local artists. Children's activities during summer weeks.”
22local recommendations