The Valley of the Rocks is a dry valley that runs parallel to the coast in north Devon, England, about 1 kilometre (0.6 mi) to the west of the village of Lynton. It is a popular tourist destination, noted for its herd of feral goats, and for its geology, having good exposures of the Lynton Beds (formally the 'Lynton Formation') that are among the oldest Devonian rocks in north Devon and are highly fossiliferous. Also of note are the periglacial features formed when this area was at the limit of glaciation during the last Ice Age. The valley is believed to owe its existence to the dissection by coastal cliff recession of a former extension of the valley of the East Lyn River which now meets the sea at Lynmouth.
Nearby postcode for Valley of the rocks EX35 6JH (Sat-nav)
Watersmeet is a National Trust location located some 1.8 miles east of Lynmouth, in the English county of Devon. A former fishing lodge, it is today used as an information centre, tea room and shop by the National Trust. It is a must visit place and everyone will definitely enjoy this. Kids will love playing in the water.
There are few car parking places on the road. Postcode for Watersmeet EX35 6NT (sat-nav)