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Exmoor National Park located in the South West of England, was former royal hunting forest, and today offer those who venture into it a natural delight of calm and tranquillity.
Not only is it a place for a gentle stroll, but the open spaces allow for plenty of other activities too, including Sea Kayaking and Trail running. The cliffs of Exmoor National Park offer a shoreline which is the remotest in England and stretches for over nine kilometres.
A fascinating aspect of Exmoor National Park is it’s tidal flows as it boast the highest and lowest tides in the whole of Europe. Matched together with the extensive broadleaved coastal woods, Exmoor National Park will have something for everyone to enjoy.
Exmoor National Park boasts a variety of habitats and this includes a vast array of species from Red Deer to Otters, rare butterflies and plants which are only found here.
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|Contact Details||Telephone Number
(+44) 01398 323665
Exmoor National Park Authority
N 51° 2′ 25.644″ W 3° 33′ 8.717″
|Nearest Airport||Exeter Airport (EXT) (58km away)|
|Size of Park||69 400ha|
|Unesco World Heritage Site||No|
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