Port Quin is a picturesque narrow cove on the North Cornwall coast near Polzeath. Photos are from a beautiful Wednesday in late June.
The West Okement river on Dartmoor flows down through a picturesque valley into the Meldon Reservoir. There is a good walk around the east bank of the reservoir and along the West Okement Valley, though it can be boggy in places. Photos are from a nice sunny Monday in June.
Budleigh Salterton is a pleasant seaside town on the East Devon coast. To the east of the town is the estuary of the river Otter. There is a bridge over the river and from there, it is a three mile walk to picturesque Ladram Bay with its impressive rock stacks. Pictures from a sunny Tuesday in mid June.
Porth Nanven is a picturesque cove on the West Cornwall coast a few miles north of Lands End. At low tide, there is a small sandy beach and there is good walking on this part of the coast with fine views.
The Drift Reservoir is a small Reservoir in West Cornwall, a few miles west of Penzance. It’s a nice place to stop with fine views, but there is no path around the lake. Photos from a very sunny Friday in early June.
Colliford Lake is a reservoir on Bodmin Moor. There are several car parks with fine views but there is no path around the entire lake. Photos from a fine Thursday afternoon in early June.
Photos from a nice sunny Saturday walking the coast path on the east of the Roseland peninsula in South Cornwall, from the fishing village Portscatho to Towan Beach. Also a few photos looking down on Porthbeor Beach which is only accessible by boat as the path down is closed due to a rock fall.
South of Salcombe in South Devon are two nice sandy beaches at North Sands and South Sands. There is plenty of sand at low tide and there are fine views across the estuary. Photos from a sunny Friday in late May.
Claw Moor and Northcombe Plantation are two nice open access woodlands in West Devon near Holsworthy. There are circular trails and a small lake with reed beds at Claw Moor. Photos from a nice sunny Tuesday in late April.
Braunton Burrows is a large sandy beach with extensive dune system on the north bank of the Torridge and Taw estuary in North Devon. The dunes have a large number of rare plants and animals. At low tide there is plenty of sand which stretches to Crow Point with its lighthouse. On the opposite side of the estuary is the large seaside resort of Westward Ho ! with its 2 mile long beach. Photos from a sunny Tuesday in early September.