The North Devon Coastline

I woke up this morning and looked out my bedroom window, a thought popped into my head.  I don’t think I’ll ever get bored of waking up and seeing the sea out of my bedroom window.  I’m lucky enough to live in a gorgeous part of the country and sometimes I take for granted what is right on my doorstep.

Now the evenings are lighter and the fact we’ve had a great start to April, it does make me wonder, why do I wanderlust about exotic locations or quirky city breaks when I have amazing coastlines and places around me I could visit within half an hour.

The North Devon coastline features a lovely variety of scenery from stunning sandy beaches, quaint seaside villages and dramatic rugged cliffs.  The coastline is easily accessible via the South West Coastal Path which spans the south west counties all the way from Minehead to The Jurassic Coast in Dorset.   I have visited quite a few places along the North Devon coastline and have seen first hand how many people visit the area during school holiday season.

There are not enough words to describe the beauty of the area so I’ve showcased a few pictures to illustrate what a great part of the country it is to live and visit if you fancy a staycation.

 

Crow Point, North DevonTheStyleSociety | Elsie Delilah

Crow Point, North Devon

South West Coastal PathTheStyleSociety | Elsie Delilah

South West Coastal Path

Sandy Bay, Ilfracombe TheStyleSociety | Elsie Delilah

Sandy Bay, Ilfracombe

South West Coastal PathTheStyleSociety | Elsie Delilah

South West Coastal Path

Instow BeachTheStyleSociety | Elsie Delilah

Instow Beach

Valley of the RocksENPA

Valley of the Rocks

Clovelly, North DevonYiannis Theologos Michellis

Clovelly, North Devon

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4 Comments

  1. April 12, 2015 / 22:08

    WOW, what a wonderful part of the world to live & be able to enjoy so close to your doorstep. I’d never want to leave if this was my view everyday. You are one lucky lady ❤️
    Bee xxx
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    • April 12, 2015 / 22:21

      Hey Bee, thanks so much. It’s easy to forget to appreciate the great places around us and I love showing people this gorgeous place

  2. April 12, 2015 / 19:52

    That looks lush! I wish I lived a little bit closer to the sea, coming from Birmingham my closest is Weston! xx

    • April 12, 2015 / 20:48

      Thanks Josie, it is a great place to live. On a great day you could mistake Sandy Bay for foreign sands.

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