South Devon AONB Follaton House,
Plymouth Road, Totnes TQ9 5NE

 

Tel: 01803 229330

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Over 2oo miles of right of way to Explore

Unspoilt coastline – including 60 miles of the South West Coast Path

Five estuaries – for wildlife, business and recreation

79% of the AONB is managed by farmers

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Over 2oo miles of right
of way to Explore

Unspoilt coastline – including 60
miles of the South West Coast Path

Five estuaries – for wildlife,
business and recreation

79% of the AONB is
managed by farmers

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Welcome to South Devon AONB

In recognition of its special qualities South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) was designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in 1960.

One of 46 AONBs in England, Wales and Northern Ireland, and a member of the National Association for AONBs, these protected landscapes are managed through local Partnerships on behalf of the nation.

 

South Devon AONB is one of a family of protected landscapes in the UK. With the guidance of a Partnership Committee, the AONB Team work to enhance South Devon’s outstanding beauty, for which the designation was applied. The special qualities of South Devon AONB include its rugged coastline, sandy beaches, secretive estuaries, patchwork countryside and historic villages – to name but a few!

 

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The aptly named Long Horned Mining Bee has a near perfect habitat at Prawle Point. We're working with partners and local farmers to try and ensure it thrives #ColchesterDeclaration #LandscapeReview #MyNationalLandscapes #LifeontheEdge #PrioritySpecies #NatureRecovery #Devon

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