Discover the hidden secrets of this varied and beautiful region, from the 'English Riviera', where palm-trees abound and the sandy beaches of Torquay and Paignton attract numerous summer visitors, to the wild landscape of Dartmoor, England's highest landmass south of the Pennines.
PART ONE: INTRODUCTION
What is the Slow Movement
An introduction to the region
PART TWO: CHAPTERS
Chapter 1: The Northern Pocket: The Exe Estuary to Torquay
Chapter 2: The English Riviera: Torbay
Chapter 3: The South Hams and Devon's Southern Tip
Chapter 4: Plymouth and the Tamar Valley
Chapter 5: The Eastern Fringe of Dartmoor
Chapter 6: Dartmoor National Park
Chapter 7: North Dartmoor villages
The authors both live in Seaton, East Devon, and share an enthusiasm for the county's landscape, history and village churches. Hilary Bradt (co-founder of Bradt Travel Guides) is an enthusiastic walker whilst Janice Booth's interests centre more on the history and folk legends. Janice is a former Bradt editor and occasional author.