- Braunton 5 miles north west of
Barnstaple on the A361 provides good local
services and access to sandy Braunton Burrows, the area provides
interesting local walks displaying evidence of a history of occupation
over 1000 years. This is locally
claimed to be the largest village in England.
- Braunton's church has
many features of interest, including a superb roof, and carved
bench-ends which are among the finest in England.
- to the west lie extensive sand dunes
known as Braunton Burrows, a noted nature reserve.
- At Baggy Point, a
little to the north, soaring cliffs offer stupendous views over
Bay to the south, and Morte Bay to the North.
- Local towns and villages to visit..
- Great Torrington