Covering 337 square kilometres (130 square miles) of coastline, estuaries and countryside, South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) stretches from Berry Head in Brixham to Jennycliff in Plymouth. As well as being a place of fabulous views and fantastic countryside it is home to 34, 000 people. The shaded area in the map below shows the South Devon AONB designated area.
For a more detailed map, where you can zoom in to individual properties, see the links further down this page.
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This boundary data for the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has been provided by Natural England and used by the South Devon AONB Unit under the Open Government Licence.
For the South Hams part of the AONB: go to the
Tip on how to make it work: From the “Layers” menu on the right of the map, click on the second folder down “Adopted LDF Policies”, then from the drop-down menu that appears, tick the tenth box down “Area of O Natural Beauty” to switch the AONB layer on. But be patient: note that the green hatching that denotes the AONB area only actually becomes visible to you when you zoom in close on the map. You zoom in by selecting the + sign on the top left of the map or by using your mouse scroll wheel.
For the Torbay part of the AONB: go to the
Tip on how to make it work: Click on “Show Legend” on the top right corner of the map. A drop-down menu then appears on the right hand side of the map. The map is very crowded because all the layers are shown switched on: to make the AONB layer clearer, it is best to turn all the layers off first (by clicking each box in the menu to un-tick them) and then turn just the AONB layer on (by clicking on the sixth line down “Landscape and Environment”, then from the drop-down menu that appears, scroll down and click on the box “Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty”. The blue outline of the AONB then appears, and you can zoom in to the property or area you are looking for by using the + sign on the top left corner of the map or by using your mouse scroll wheel.