OCT 23, 2014

Five Reasons to Holiday in Devon

Thousands of tourists flock to the county of Devon each year to enjoy a welcomed holiday. With miles of stunning coastline, renowned sandy beaches, attractions for all the family to enjoy and award-winning accommodation. Whether you’re intent on having a romantic break with your partner, or looking to take the whole family away, here are five reasons to holiday in Devon.

Things to See

Devon has a wealth of attractions just waiting to be discovered. Those with small children can pay a visit to Pennywell Farm near Buckfastleigh or even Paignton Zoo. The adults can enjoy one of Devon’s many historical sites like Buckland Abbey, or there are an abundance of gardens to visit in Devon, including the privately-owned Bicton Park Bontanical Gardens.

Things to Do

Devon is one of the UKs most popular coastal locations and with that holidaymakers can enjoy surfing, sailing, diving and wakeboarding to name but a few sports. Surfing is one of the most popular activities with coaching schools and some of the best surfing in Britain.

Places to Stay

Devon offers a wealth of different accommodation options. You’ll find an abundance of family-friendly camping sites, quaint guest houses and comfortable caravan sites. The choice is up to you!

Coastal Towns

With a number of breathtaking coastal towns dotted along the coast, it’s little wonder why Devon is so popular with tourists. Croyde Bay offers an expansive sandy beach, shops and cafes and Clovelly is one of the best-known and most unusual villages in North Devon.

On the Shore

Simply put, Devon has some of the best beaches in the UK. On the south you’ll find Bantham and Bigbury on Sea with wondrous sandy beaches that offer a haven for families. Across to the north you’ll find Croyde Bay and Saunton Sands, popular with families and surfers alike.

Devon is truly the perfect holiday destination. Whether taking the family, or just you and your partner, Devon has everything.

Created on 23rd October 2014
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