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About St Michael's Mount   Michael Sagar-Fenton

978-1-899383-19-1    £3.99    Order info

The author explores the remarkable history of this magical island, as a monastery, as a fortress and as a country house. Illustrated in full colour.

About Tintagel        Paul White

978-1-906474-64-5    £3.99    Order info

Tintagel and its rugged castle conjure up colourful images of King Arthur and his court, but what is the real history behind them?

The Lizard Peninsula, 2nd edition     Paul White

978-1-906474-60-7    £3.99    Order info

A general introduction to the delights of the Lizard, a place of great contrasts, from the bare cliffs of the western coast to the wooded inlets of the Helford River and the delightful coastal villages of the east.
 

What to see in Boscastle   Jim Castling

978-1-899383-57-3      £2.99    Order info

Suggested walking routes in and around this most famous of North Cornwall's harbours, with fascinating information about what you're seeing along the way.

   
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Devon beach and cove guide    Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-18-8       £3.99    Order info

Covers the whole Devon coast and provides practical information including parking, access and lifeguard cover.

   
Shortish guide: Dartmouth   (2nd Edition)   Robert Hesketh

 978-1-906474-41-6      £3.99   Order info

What to see and what to do in and around England’s finest medieval port, suggesting walks, drives and steam train and river trips, as well as providing a brief history of the town.

Shortish guide: Exeter    Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-10-2      £3.99   Order info

A guide to the region's capital, with its Roman walls, medieval cathedral and many surviving timber-frame buildings. The port of Topsham is also included. Organised in six walks.

Shortish Guide: High Dartmoor    Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-20-1      £3.99   Order info

What to see and what to do on High Dartmoor – the central area of the moor, the land above the cattle grids – as well as suggestions for what to do nearby if it rains.

Shortish guide: Plymouth    Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-28-7     £3.99    Order info

What to see and what to do in and around Plymouth, exploring its rich history and naval heritage, and including trails, boat trips and excursions.

Shortish guide: The South Hams   Amanda Richards

978-1-906474-15-7      £3.99    Order info

The South Hams is the area south of Dartmoor, between the Plym and the Dart, and it includes some of Devon's loveliest coastline, as well as the historic towns of Totnes and Dartmouth. This guide covers most aspects from history to beaches to villages with a church and a pub or two.

Ten Town Trails – South Devon Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-44-7      £3.99    Order info

Walks around some of Devon’s finest historic towns – Ashburton, Buckfastleigh, Dartmouth, Kingsbridge, Modbury, Plympton, Salcombe, South Brent, Tavistock and Totnes.
 

Torbay, the visible history (2nd edition) Jack Whitton

978-1-906474-42-3      £3.99    Order info

A brief outline of the events which shaped Torbay (Torquay, Paignton, Brixham and several villages lying around the three towns) as it turned itself into ‘the English Riviera’.

Where to watch wildlife in Devon   Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-31-7       £3.99     Order info 

A carefully researched guide to the nature reserves and other sites across the county, explaining how to reach them and what there is to see - and when.

   
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Shortish guide: Exmoor    Robert Hesketh

978-1-906474-00-3       £3.99     Order info

What to see and what to do in England’s smallest National Park, with suggested drives and short walks to help you explore its high moorland, sea cliffs and rolling hills cut by fast-flowing rivers.

Shortish Guide: Glastonbury, Wells and the Levels    Paul White

978-1-906474-21-8        £3.99     Order info

What to see and what to do in the ‘Levels’ area of Somerset, with its distinctive landscape of drained marshland, as well as in Glastonbury and Wells, ancient rivals for power.

The Somerset Coast - Beaches and walks    Geoff Williams

978-1-906474-32-4        £3.99     Order info

Includes all the easily accessible beaches in Somerset, with information on parking, access, dog restrictions and facilities, as well as a dozen walks, mostly short strolls and none more than 7.5km (5 miles) in length.

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