Exmoor is one of southern England's few remaining wild landscapes. In this area there are a scattering of attractive villages and the occasional town. Exmoor's importance to the nation is recognised in its protected status as a National Park, and it covers much of western Somerset and an adjacent area of Devon. This book looks at a selection of those villages, including historic Dunster, Selworthy, and the popular Porlock. Dulverton, Lynton and Lynmouth also feature. Views of many of the iconic beauty spots of the coast and inland are also included, such as the Valley of Rocks and those of Lorna Doone country. A selection of landscape views show that even in such an unspoilt area, the countryside is a place that is continually changing. Throughout this book you may be surprised not only by the changes that have taken place, but also by what has remained the same.