The best known feature of Clovelly village is its cobbled main street, which drops steeply between the exquisite flower-decked cottages, making steps necessary. Vehicles are not admitted to the village, and for those who cannot manage the steep village street a fare-paying Land Rover service is available from the Visitor Centre.
The main street leads to Clovelly's tiny sixteenth-century harbour, which is set in a gap in the cliffs. It is also worth visiting the church, with its old pews and memorials to past lords of the manor.
- Traffic-free village
- Pretty cottages
- Charming harbour
- Clovelly Court Gardens - Victorian walled garden, glass houses
- Craft Workshops
- Clovelly Visitor Centre - film show, cafe and souvenirs
- Village tours
- Donkeys - the donkeys wander free and give rides to children in the summer
- Lifeboat station
- Kingsley Museum - Charles Kingsley the author spent his childhood in Clovelly, which inspired his children's classic The Water Babies.
For more information about Clovelly, see www.clovelly.co.uk.