Travel guides for Exmoor:
Getting around Exmoor and the Quantock Hills
Do you use your car all year? Would you like to have a break without it? Well why not visit Exmoor and enjoy some time car free.
There are two ways of doing this. Either leave you car at home or come by car and spend your time exploring the area on foot, bike, horse, bus or train!
A perfect way to start getting ideas for visiting Exmoor without using your car is to visit the Explore Moor website. This has up-to-date information on public transport, timetables and car-free walks within the National Park devised and written by the Exmoor Walking Festival organiser. There is an interactive map to help you work out where everything is on the moor.
There are numerous local bus routes into the area such as
- Bridgwater to Minehead via Nether Stowey
- Taunton to Minehead / Dunster / Dulverton
- Tiverton to Minehead / Dunster / Dulverton
- Barnstaple to Lynton & Lynmouth
- Ilfracombe to Combe Martin / Lynton & Lynmouth.
The West Somerset Railway offers a great way to travel in a relaxed style along the vale between the Quantock Hills and Exmoor National Park between Bishops Lydeard (bus link to Taunton) and the coast at Minehead.
Within the area bus services cross the moor between Dulverton and Minehead and along the coast between Minehead, Lynton & Lynmouth and Combe Martin, Ilfracombe and Barnstaple.
This service is currently suspended.
Red Stag Safaris - Land Rover Discovery - call 01643 841831. For details, click here