(Contains 23 photos)Busy Devon market town on the edge of Dartmoor.
(Contains 13 photos)South Hams village with Burgh Island, Bigbury on Sea near by.
(Contains 4 photos)North Cornwall quaint resort.
(Contains 4 photos)Historic Fishing port South Devon.
(Contains 1 photo)South Hams village
(Contains 5 photos)Bude, Cornwall a seaside town situated on the Atlantic Heritage Coast.
(Contains 38 photos)A Cornish town close to the Tamar Valley
(Contains 5 photos)Devon village on Dartmoor
(Contains 16 photos)Clovelly, historic fishing village in North Devon
(Contains 26 photos)Famous for its convict prison, situated 1400 feet above sea level on Dartmoor.
(Contains 8 photos)Devon town full of Maritime history
(Contains 188 photos)Old Photos of Derby a Midlands industrial town,famous for Royal Crown Derby porcelain,Rolls Royce
and building trains
(Contains 13 photos)Little coastal Cornish village in South East Cornwall
(Contains 23 photos)Exeter historic city of Devon
(Contains 3 photos)Exmouth is well celebrated for its long two-miles of golden sand, rare on this coast and fascinating rock pools it's a paradise for children and adults alike.
(Contains 22 photos)Fowey is a busy Cornish working port
with sheltered deep water.
(Contains 11 photos)Ilfracombe is the perfect location for North Devon holidays, offering you a gateway to an exciting blend of stunning coastal scenery.
(Contains 18 photos)The ancient market town of Kingsbridge in the South Hams,Devon
(Contains 2 photos)Liskeard market town in South East Cornwall
(Contains 14 photos)The twin towns of East and West Looe in South East Cornwall
(Contains 16 photos)Situated at the tidal reach of the river Fowey, in a beautiful wooded valley.
(Contains 8 photos)Lustleigh is a picture postcard Devon village with a pretty collection of thatched cottages.
(Contains 20 photos)Modbury is a very attractive small country town, rich in character with many fine buildings.
(Contains 7 photos)Newquay - surf capital of Britain, a best loved destination for family holidays.
(Contains 20 photos)Padstow, olde worlde fishing port, North Cornwall.
(Contains 3 photos)Famous for its long, sandy beaches, paddler-friendly waters and a colourful, bustling pier, Paignton remains a popular, traditional seaside resort.
(Contains 38 photos)Polperro a quaint unspoilt fishing village.
(Contains 3 photos)Old fishing port North Cornwall
(Contains 136 photos)Old photos of Plymouth, the vibrant maritime city of the South West.
(Contains 20 photos)Rame Peninsula in South East Cornwall
known as The Forgotten Corner.
(Contains 68 photos)Saltash is the 'Gateway to Cornwall' with most visitors arriving either by Brunel's dramatic 1859 railway bridge, the Royal Albert, or by the modern suspension road bridge.
(Contains 5 photos)Coastal village in the South Hams.
(Contains 23 photos)The village of St Germans is on the River Tiddy, part of the beautiful estuary of the Lynher.
(Contains 14 photos)St. Ives has a Mediterranean feel about it, with its maze of narrow streets and alleyways, crescent shaped beaches with their safe golden sands, accented by sunlight playing across the surface of an iridescent turquoise sea - all set, in the uniquely rugged granite landscape of West Penwith.
(Contains 8 photos)Tavistock, an ancient stannary (tin-assaying and tin-marketing) town, lies on the south-west edge of Dartmoor National Park.
(Contains 5 photos)Teignmouth South Devon has been an important port and boat building centre from medieval times. For over 400 years until the end of the nineteenth century, fishermen from the port would head for the storm lashed cod banks off Newfoundland.
(Contains 3 photos)THURLESTONE, 4½ miles from Kingsbridge, is a small scattered village,near the beach of Bigbury Bay.
(Contains 1 photo)King Arthur country
(Contains 10 photos)Torquay has been one of the UK’s top holiday destinations since Victorian Times.
(Contains 15 photos)Totnes is a charming Devon town with a bustling High St and a regular market.
(Contains 7 photos)The only city in Cornwall
(Contains 11 photos)Yealmpton is a village 10 miles from Plymouth.