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South Devon & Dartmoor - Slow Travel Local, Characterful Guides to Britain's Special Places

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Hilary Bradt(Author)
248 pages
South Devon & Dartmoor - Slow Travel
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  • South Devon & Dartmoor - Slow Travel ISBN: 9781841625522 Paperback Mar 2014 Out of Print #212585
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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.


What is the Slow Movement
An introduction to the region

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

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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.

Travel Guide Out of Print
By: Hilary Bradt(Author)
248 pages
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