Owned and managed by Christie Estates and in partnership with Natural England and the North Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and Biosphere Service.
Visiting Braunton Burrows
The official guide to making the best of your visit
Come and explore Braunton Burrows.....
Walks on the Burrows
Find out what we have been doing over the winter and some opportunities for the summer
Explore the Burrows with a guide
Programme of events
Learn how the Burrows are managed to maximize biodiversity
The Calendar lets you know about events on the Burrows
A UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
Education for schools and colleges
Free educational visits on the Burrows
Find out why the burrows are so unique
Wild Flowers of Braunton Burrows by Mary Breeds is available here for £5 including postage & packaging
To order your copy contact
Grazing & Dogs
Please keep dogs on a lead at ALL times in the ZONE where livestock are grazing - Sheep will be grazing in ZONE 3 from the 28th September 2014
An inspiring place to learn
About Braunton Burrows
The Burrows are a spectacular sand dune system on the north coast of Devon. They border the north of the Taw / Torridge Estuary sandwiched between the sea and Braunton Marsh. Their ecological importance has been recognised by the United Nations Education Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) designating the Burrows as the core of the North Devon Biosphere Reserve ranked alongside Mount Vesuvius and the Danube Delta for their international significance. They are a large area; 6 km running north to south and about 1.5 km across. The Burrows are privately owned but visitors are welcome to visit - to enjoy and respect the rich abundance of the Burrows.