Ivybridge Certificated Locations

Ivybridge in South Devon is a town set amid lush countryside and moorland, with a rich heritage that is still evident today.

The first recorded reference to the town was as in 1280, as a convenient location at which to cross the River Erme. By the 1700s, the town was a thriving coaching station.

Visitors can take a trip to the medieval packhorse bridge, which still stands to this day. Alternatively, follow in the footsteps of iconic artists such as Turner, who made the bridge a subject of his artwork.

Hikers are well catered to in Ivybridge, which sits at the entrance to Dartmoor National Park, where there are plenty of trails out into the surrounding countryside. The town is also the starting point of the Two Moors Way - a 102-mile walking route to Lynmouth on the north coast of Exmoor.