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North Devon is an area of great contrast. Towering cliffs run down to crescents of golden sand or rock strewn coves. Heading north from the border with Cornwall, features include the stunning geology at Hartland Quay and Hartland Point, picturesque Clovelly, along with eyecatching Appledore.
Possibly once the forgotten corner, East Devon is now one of the most sought after areas in which to live and relax. The city of Exeter is growing rapidly and is arguably Devon's Premier centre of business.
South Devon is largely characterised by its curving coastline. Simplified to the extreme, the coast resembles a tick mark, running southeast from the outskirts of Plymouth to Prawle Point, the most southerly point in Devon, before arcing back to the northeast passing Slapton Sands, the beautiful estuary of the River Dart at Dartmouth and Kingswear, on to the ancient fishing port of Brixham, overlooked by Berry Head.
Encompassing an area that stetches from North Devon to Plymouth in the south and including the whole of Dartmoor, West Devon is possibly the most diverse of all the regions of Devon.
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