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Exmoor National Park is the 3rd smallest national park in the UK (around 280 sq miles) and also one of the least visited. It is, however, an amazing place, with everything from stunning coastal scenery to deep wooded valleys, high moorland and picturesque villages. The area is ideally suited for those who want to walk, ride or mountain bike. It is also very convenient for exploring west somerset and the north devon coast. Highlights would include: an open top bus ride along the Porlock to Lynmouth road, walking up the Doone valley, visiting Tarr Steps, exploring Dunster castle and visiting the pretty port of Porlock Weir. More information at the National Park