Devon Map

Interactive Devon map, view the English county of Devon and its various cities, towns and villages.

Detailed Road Map of Devon England

Devon Map: Displayed above is a Devon map, showing the county located in the south-west of England, United Kingdom. Use controls to get a detailed road map of Devon and view its various cities, towns and villages.

Among the major places shown on this Devon map are Plymouth, Exeter, Saltash, Tavistock, Barnstaple, Bideford, Ilfracombe, Tiverton, Crediton, Honiton, Brixham and Seaton.

Zooming in enables you to see smaller places such as Okehampton, Ottery st Mary, Cullompton, Teignmouth, Chulmleigh, Dulverton, Braunton and many, many more.

A large county in south-west England, Devon has an area of 2,590 square miles and a population of around 1.1 million, it includes the Dartmoor National Park and the Exmoor National Park, and also the historic cities of Plymouth and Exeter. Devon has numerous popular seaside resorts and attracts millions of visitors especially during the summer months, when the weather is at its best. On the north coast are the resorts of Ilfracombe, Woolacombe, Bideford, and Westward Ho. On the south coast, Seaton, Sidmouth, Exmouth, Dawlish, Teignmouth, Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.

For visitors to Devon there are a good choice of hotels, guest houses and also cottages for rent (see lower down page).

To learn about some of the towns shown on this Devon map, see below and follow the links to the dedicated town pages and guides.


Devon Towns and Areas:

Bideford: The narrow streets of this busy Devon town, climb the steep hills on the western banks of the River Torridge, its famous Long Bridge over the river is 677 feet long and comprises twenty four arches, it originally dates from the 13th century. Bideford Devon Map.

Sticklepath - An interesting little village on the northern edge of Dartmoor, Sticklepath has the Finch Foundry Museum (National Trust), pleasant river walks, along the River Taw, and the Lady Well. You will need to use the zoom in feature on this Devon map to view Sticklepath.

Honiton - Famous for its lace making, Honiton grew up along the Roman Road, the Fosse Way. Honiton Map.

Westward Ho!: Britains only town to be named after a novel, Westward Ho! grew up some 10 years after the publication of Westward Ho! by Charles Kingsley.....Westward Ho Map.

Plymouth - A historic naval town and port, Plymouth was a significant trading post during the Roman occupation of Britain, though was settled even earlier than this. Plymouth Map - Plymouth Weather.

Bude - One of North Cornwall's most popular seaside resorts, Bude has two superb sandy beaches. Bude Map.

Ilfracombe - A charming little town and harbour situated in North Devon, Ilfracombe is in an area of spectacular cliffs and coastline, it has been a significant port and fishing town for many centuries, and its sheltered harbour has been used by naval fleets. Clearly shown on the Devon map at the top of the page, Ilfracombe boasts the UK's oldest working lighthouse, with a light that has been lit for six hundred and fifty years, on Lantern Hill. Ilfracombe Map - Ilfracombe Weather.

Barnstaple - Having its own mint even before the Domesday Book was written, Barnstaple has a long and distinguished history. Barnstaple Map (weather).

Braunton: Located to the north-west of Barnstaple, Braunton is said to be the largest village in Britain with a population of around 7,500 people...... Braunton Map.

Newton Abbot - Famous for its racecourse, Newton Abbot has a population of over 20,000 and is located beside the River Teign, it was settled long before the Romans arrived in Britain, but grew rapidly after the arrival of the railway in 1846. Newton Abbot Map (weather).

Dawlish - Another of Devon's traditional fishing ports, Dawlish was an early addition to the tourist trail, as well to do visitors started to arrive early in the 19th century, many of whom built houses along the seafront. Dawlish still has a Regency feel today as it has been relatively unspoilt by progress. The railway line and accompanying sea wall were built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel in 1846. To the north of the town the small resort of Dawlish Warren has a golf course and Nature Reserve, together with numerous caravan parks and holiday camps. Dawlish Map.

Dartmouth - A historic port, even as far back as the 11th century Crusades, Dartmouth is now a popular holiday destination on the South Devon coast. Dartmouth Map.

Tiverton - Standing at the confluence of the Exe and Lowman rivers, Tiverton grew in importance due to the lucrative wool trade. Tiverton Map.

Torquay - One of east Devon's most popular resorts, Torquay stands on Torbay, near to Paignton, it has a long tradition as a fishing town but in recent years has depended more on tourism for its economic survival. Torquay Map (weather).

Paignton - Sitting on Torbay between Torquay and Brixham, Paignton is a renowned family holiday destination with some nice beaches. Paignton Map (weather).

Teignmouth - Standing at the mouth of the River Teign in Devon, Teignmouth was once famous for its catches of Newfoundland Cod. These days it is a quiet holiday resort. Teignmouth Map (weather).

Crediton - Located in the Mid Devon region, the historic town of Crediton was the birthplace of St Boniface in the 7th century. Crediton Map (weather).

Budleigh Salterton - A small town to the east of Exmouth, Budleigh Salterton is situated at the mouth of the River Otter. Budleigh Salterton Map (weather).

Appledore - Famous for its shipbuilding, Appledore is situated at the mouth of the River Torridge in North Devon. Appledore Map.

Exeter - Important since Roman times, Exeter (right in the centre of the Devon map) is situated on the River Exe in Devon, Exeter Cathedral was founded in 1050. Exeter Devon Map.

Holsworthy - An ancient market town in the county of Devon, Holsworthy has been settled since Saxon times. Holsworthy Map.

Sidmouth - Another of Devon's renowned seaside resorts, Sidmouth is also a popular area for retirement. Sidmouth Map.

Seaton - Clearly shown on this Devon map, Seaton is situated near to the mouth of the River Axe, and was settled as long ago as the Iron Age, 4,000 years before the Romans arrived. Seaton Devon Map.

Ottery St Mary - Birthplace of Romantic poet Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Ottery St Mary is a pretty little town situated beside the River Otter in Devon. Ottery St Mary Map.

Exmouth - A port and seaside resort with a population of around 33,000, Exmouth is situated at the mouth of the River Exe about 9 miles south of Exeter. Exmouth Map (weather).

Brixham - Located at the southern end of Torbay in Devon, Brixham is an attractive fishing town with a pretty harbour, here you can view a replica of Francis Drake's ship, The Golden Hind. Brixham Devon Map.

Dartmoor National Park - The Dartmoor National Park covers an area of 954 square metres and is bounded by the towns of Okehampton, Tavistock, Newton Abbot, Ivybridge and Buckfastleigh. It is a rich area for archaeological sites. Dartmoor National Park Map.

Ugborough Devon: A small village to the east of Ivybridge, Ugborough was originally a Saxon settlement, it parish church of St Peter dates from the 12th century and was formerly known as the "Cathdral of Soth Hams".

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