The Bere Peninsula is a rural triangle of land between the Tamar and Tavy rivers, in the south west corner of Devon, just north of Plymouth.
Despite the geographical proximity to Plymouth, the peninsula is surprisingly peaceful and remote due to its limited road access.
The Bere Peninsula boasts one of Devon's long-distance walking routes, the Tamar Valley Discovery Trail. There are plenty of beautiful country walks in and around the villages that pass through woodlands and fields.
The peninsula also has a very scenic branch railway line, the Tamar Valley Line, which passes through the area on its way between Plymouth and Gunnislake.