Clovelly in 3d

Mad cat in Clovelly

Mad looking cat in Clovelly - It's a 3d image so put your red & cyan glasses to view the 3d.

One reason Clovelly remains unspoilt is that the village has belonged to the Rous family since 1738 and they have ensured it has been spared modern defacements such as telegraph poles and ‘street furniture’.

The only access to the 14th century quay is on foot or by donkey. The only other form of transport are the sledges which are used to deliver weekly supplies.

During the summer months there are regular boat trips around the bay, and the Jessica Hettie travels daily to nearby Lundy Island with timings that allow passengers to spend some six hours there, to watch the seals and the abundant wildlife.

Source: The Guide to Rural England – The West Country by Country Living Magazine.

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