We think Exmoor is a beautiful place which, straddling two counties and away from the motorway, often gets overlooked by guidebooks. As a result, holiday makers heading towards Cornwall have no idea what they’re missing!
Exmoor has so much to offer – also to young people who look for activities like rock climbing, white water rafting, cycling, mountain biking and hiking.
For those who want to find the romantic England, we have secluded combes, hidden little churches, charming cottages, delightful tearooms and breathtaking views. There are traditional pubs serving Real Ales and delicious locally sourced food, with roaring fires and a collection of wellies by the door.
Discover the wildlife on foot or by 4×4 in an organised Exmoor safari – see Red Deer and Exmoor Ponies, buzzards soaring high above the heather, barn owls out hunting.
See the sky lit up by stars – Exmoor as been designated the first International Dark Sky Reserve in Europe.
Take time to discover your Exmoor – you’ll be surprised how much there is to do and see!
Exmoor4all is not an official tourism promotion site. However, we think the photos, supplied by our wonderful community on and around Exmoor, tell you more about Exmoor and its magical beauty than words could ever do. If you have never been to Exmoor, perhaps this site gives you a bit of an incentive to spend your next holiday with us. A warm welcome awaits you!
Exmoor4all was designed and created by Elke Winzer of CultureLine Publicity & Events who is also responsible for maintaining the website.
CultureLine Publicity & Events are based within the Exmoor National Park and can help with websites, social media and events.
A big thank you to Peter French who masterminds and runs the Exmoor4all Photo Competition each year.
Thank you also goes to Caroline Blakey of Lee House Lynton for all her support – and, of course, to our fabulous photographers without whom this website would be nothing.