Find an Exmoor Map to help you when visiting this beautiful part of the world. Whether you are looking for places to stay, things to do, or where to eat when visiting Exmoor, we hope some of these will be of use to you.
Exmoor straddles Somerset and Devon along the Bristol Channel coastline. There are no major roads or cities in the National Park, preserving the natural rural beauty of the area.
Zoomable Exmoor Map
Use the +/- to zoom for an overview of the area.
Exmoor Map of Things to Do
For some inspiration on things to do and places to visit in and around Exmoor, click on the pins below.
Exmoor Map of Walking Routes
Exmoor offers some of the very best walking available in the UK. The varied terrain offers a great opportunity for all walkers, whether you’re after short routes or long-distance trails. The map below can get you started, with inspiration grouped into categories as follows:
- BLUE: More accessible walks on the Phototrails website with lots of information about gradients and barriers
- YELLOW: Golden walks – a range slightly longer walks exploring the best of Exmoor
- BROWN: Moorland Archaeology walks via ancient sites and points of interest
- RED: Explore Moor Circular walks – various circular walks from Exmoor Villages
- ORANGE: Short way-marked routes from car parks. Really easy to follow strolls, just follow the orange arrows. Ideal for families
For an ordnance survey walking map view of Exmoor follow this link
Exmoor Map of Accommodation
For a map of our self-catering accommodation across Exmoor, click on the map below. Follow the link to see all our available cottages. You can then click ‘map’ on the right of the page to pan and view according to location.
Exmoor Map of Places to Eat
There are plenty of great places to eat across Exmoor – from great local pubs to fantastic restaurants, cafes and tea rooms. Click on the map below for more details.
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