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2-Hour Guided Kayak or Paddle Board Tour of Scarborough's Jurassic Coastline
"Stand up and paddle or take a kayak tour with this surf safari along Scarborough's stunning coastline. The session will last two hours and starts on the beach with your instructor who will familiarise you with your SUP (stand up paddle board) paddling turning and if you want that something extra he may even show you how to grab a wave back to shore.On your paddle you will go at your own pace and cruise across Scarborough’s beautiful North Bay learn about the tides and rips and head along the East coasts Jurassic coastline to Jackson's bay where you will look for the local wildlife hunt for fossils and learn some of Scarborough’s coastal history.SUPs and kayaks are a great way to unwind and relax while keeping you fit along the way. Whether you’re a couple a group of friends or a family
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"Jurassic Coast and Portland Small-Group Tour from Dorset Including Lulworth Cove
Jurassic Coast Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Tour from Dorset"Leaving Weymouth or a pick up of your choice you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to have a tea or coffee. The streets are c the post office church and pubs.You explore Corfe Castle. The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth visitor centre and learn abou
From GBP75.00
 
"Portland and Jurassic Coast Day Trip from Dorset including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door
"Portland and Jurassic Coast Day Trip from Dorset including Lulworth Cove and Durdle Door Corfe Castle and Broadchurch Locations""You leave Weymouth or a pick up location of your choice in the morning from where you head to the village of Corfe. The village is constructed almost completely from the local grey Purbeck limestone and comprises two main streets. Take your time to en the post office church and pubs.Here you can explore Corfe Castle (own expense). The dramatic ruins of Corfe Castle stand on a natural hill guarding the principal route through the Purbeck Hills. As you can see it guards the gap between the south of Purbeck where Purbeck marble was once quarried and the rest of England. Nothing could pass in or out without going past the Castle.Then you are off to Durdle Door. You then have a short drive from Durdle Door to Lulworth Cove. Take your time to visit the Lulworth Visitor Centre and learn abou
From GBP75.00

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Surfing - Saunton

Saunton is a long beach (3 miles long) and tends to be quiter than say Croyde and Woolacombe in the respect you dont get as many families going down to the beach. It can still be pretty busy with...
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Skiing

There are at least 2 ski centres in Devon, one smaller one in Torquay & the larger John Nike Ski centre in Plymouth.The photo if of the Plymouth ski centre, they also teach snowboarding here & have...
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Bowls

Enjoy the gentile sport of Bowls for a morning or afternoon!You'll probably not be allowed to play at the Kings Bowling Club in this picture!You will be able to play bowls for an afternoon at the...
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Parachute Jumping!!

At Dunkerswell near Honiton in Mid Devon there is a private airstrip with a sky diving school. From here you can do single or tandem parachute jumps/sky dives. I did the 2 day training & then on the...
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We are sailing..................

With two of Devons boarders being on the coast to the north & south, there are plenty of opportunities for sailing & watersports. Most coastal towns have sailing schools, or have one near by. All of...
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Hot Air Balloning

It is not uncommon to see these majestic hot air balloons, floating over Devon fields in a warm summers evening. The cost is roughly ?120+ per person, a bit pricy but I imagine if you can handle...
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Wet Weather

The English Riviera Centre is an indoor centre mainly for kids. It has a wave pool and water slide. If you are visiting with a family and find yourself with nothing to do on a wet morning or afternoon...
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Surfing - Woolacombe

Woolacombe is a very popular and busy holiday resort. This is another large beach so it should never be a problem finding a bit of space.
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Surfing - Croyde

Croyde is possible the surf centre of Devon but has a totally different vibe to its counterpart Newquay in Cornwall. Croyde is only a small village but gets very busy in Summer.
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Tennis

Play tennis at any of the public tennis courts in Torquay.There most central are just in front of the English Riviera Centre near Torre Abbey Sands.
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Surf - Lynmouth

Didnt see any surf when we went to Lynmouth but apparently it has a pretty good point break under the right conditions.
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28 Sutton Road, Plymouth, PL4 0HX, United Kingdom
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Meadfoot Sea Road, Torquay, English Riviera, TQ1 2LQ, United Kingdom
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Southernhay East, (formerly Macdonald Southgate Hotel), Exeter, Devon, EX1 1QF, United Kingdom
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Sands Road, Paignton, TQ4 6EG, United Kingdom
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13 Chambercombe Park Terrace, Ilfracombe, EX34 9QW, United Kingdom
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Sandquay Rd, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 9PH, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Devon

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Underground Passages

For an absolutely unique underview of Exeter the Underground Passages make for a fascinating thing to do. The first of the passages was built in the 14th century to house lead pipes carrying fresh...
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Beaches

I haven’t done a scientific survey but Torre Abbey Sands has to be the most popular beach in Torquay and it would be easy to see why. For starters, it’s the closest main beach for the town centre,...
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Barbican

If I was a first time visitor to Plymouth I would have to admit that Plymouth Hoe would be my first port of call, just for the views alone, but a very close second would have to be The Barbican. If...
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Old Light

Lundy is a unique place for photographers. No matter your interests, or skill level, you'll always find something to fascinate your camera eye. I was in a moon mood recently and so spent a bit of...
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Boat Trips

If there’s one thing I recommend you do when in the area it’s to take a boat trip along the River Dart. It’s definitely one of the highlights of any visit to South Devon. Most trips start out at...
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Walking

Capstone Hill is a huge chunk of grass-topped rock which juts out between Capstone Beach and the harbour. If you're feeling energetic there are several steep paths up to the top (excellent views)...
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