Wonwell Beach is a sandy beach on the east side of the Erme river in South Devon. At low tide there is a large expanse of sand. There are fine views of the estuary and across to Mothecombe. Photos from a sunny Tuesday afternoon.
Haldon Forest is a large woodland near Exeter. There are numerous trails through the woods and the tower Haldon Belvedere (also called Lawrence Castle) can be visited. Photos from a hazy sunny Tuesday morning in June.
Perranporth is a popular sea side town on the North Cornwall coast. There is an enormous sandy beach which stretches two miles north. Photos from Sunday afternoon.
Calstock is a village on the Cornwall bank of the river Tamar. There is a nice walk on the river side. Photos from a sunny Sunday morning in June.
Salt Mill Park is a small park on the banks of the river Tamar, near Saltash. There is a path around the park and fine views across the river Tamar. Photos from a nice Saturday afternoon in June.
Roadford Lake is a large reservoir in Devon, near Launceston. It’s a really nice place to visit with woodland trails and nice views. Photos from a very nice Tuesday afternoon in June.
Rame Head is a headland in south east Cornwall at the eastern end of Whitsand Bay. There is good walking around the headland including up to an old chapel from where there are fine views. Photos from a a sunny Thursday afternoon in early June.
Harcombe Woods is a large woodland in Devon near Exeter. Photos from a sunny Tuesday at the beginning of June.
Botallack Head is a headland in West Cornwall, which has fine views including of the The Crowns mine perched on the cliffs. A short distance west of Botallack is the Kenidjack Valley which has many interesting mining remains. Photos from a fine bank holiday Monday which started at Pendeen Watch.
Chapel Porth is one of Cornwall’s best beaches. Chapel Porth is near St Agnes and there is a small pebble beach at high tide which extends to a huge beach at low tide which is popular with surfers. There is good walking on the cliffs including up to Wheal Coates mine.