Exmoor National Park

This is one of Britain’s smallest National Parks and a real little gem! Exmoor lies in the north of the County and combines a breathtakingly rugged coastline with a countryside of wild heather moorland, etched with deep wooded valleys and tumbling rivers and streams. Wildlife abounds on Exmoor – home of the wild red deer, the soaring buzzard and the now rare breed of Exmoor pony. You may even spot a wild goat or two from the coastal path.

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