Devon Holidays 2015

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Cheap Holidays to Devon

Situated in the west of the U.K. along the southern coast, Devon is countryside region of wonderfully rugged coastline, rolling hills, forests and verdant greenery.

Every visitor to the United Kingdom should spend some time relaxing along the beautiful shores that make up this popular country. Sandwiched between Cornwall and Somerset, Devon holidays will leave you completely relaxed, perfect for those seeking to embrace what makes the English countryside so spectacular. No matter if you explore the natural beauty of the region or create adventures of your own out on the open water of the surrounding seas, the breath-taking region of Devon will not leave you disappointed.

A Peaceful Paradise

Dartmoor is one of the most popular choices for those visiting on holidays to Devon. Crammed with UNESCO World Heritage sites and teeming with national parks, this destination is one of the most picturesque spots in England.

The city of Exeter represents the heart of Devon. Full of fascinating places such as the Gothic St. Peter’s Cathedral and the Underground Passages, history lovers will be in seventh heaven here. Located near to the Jurassic Coast and awash with shops and boutiques, you will never be short of things to do in Exeter.

A favourite for the surfers on holidays in Devon is Torquay, a beautiful area, regularly holding regattas and sporting events. Found in the peaceful English Riviera, Torquay is perfect for families and couples alike.

A Ramblers Heaven

Whether you want to relax on the beach, explore the rich countryside and cultural heritage or get involved in some outdoor adventure activities, Devon holidays won’t leave you short of choices.

Mile after mile of pristine beaches offer the perfect location to try some water based activities. For the more adventurous there are plenty of surfing spots, as well as underwater marvels that make the area great for scuba diving.

Also suitable for those wishing to wind-down, Devon provides picturesque views, old worldly activities and a stunning backdrop to each glorious day. From chugging along on a steam train and rambling along some hiking trails to visiting donkey sanctuaries and even braving some talons at a falconry centre, Devon is one of the most calming countryside spots in Britain.

Out and about in Devon

Holidays to Devon are all about venturing into the countryside and making the most of the phenomenal surroundings. There are hundreds of trails all over the county that lead through delightful villages and towns. A popular walking trail is Salcombe to Bolt Head which takes you along jagged cliffs and offers unbeatable views over the Salcombe Estuary.

If you’re seeking some adventure, test your archery skills at the Dragon Archery range, and you could soon be firing like Robin Hood in no time. For an afternoon of pleasant nattering and incredible views, the South Devon Railway offers old fashioned steam train rides through the rolling Devon hillside – always a favourite for families.

A must for history buffs on holidays in Devon, Kents Cavern is the oldest known human settlement in Britain. This prehistoric cave offers a truly fascinating tour around one of the U.K.’s most historically significant geological sites. From bones older than 40,000 years to sensational stalagmites and stalactites, there’s plenty to discover marvel at here!

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Things to do in Devon

Top Attractions

Widely considered as one of the most beautiful parts of the British Isles, Devon is a stunning little gem right on our doorstep. No need to worry about airport security and confiscated perfume, just pack up the car and help us clarify your long list of things to do in Devon. Whether you want to pack your wellies and explore the stunning landscape on offer in Exmoor National Park or dip your toes in the English Channel in Torquay, Devon’s got it all. Pretty English seaside towns and ancient castles are just some of the Devon attractions that make it more than a match for its glitzy European neighbours.

Wine and Dine

Foodies rejoice; your tastebuds are in for a treat during your holiday to Devon! If you’re feeling fancy, pay a visit to one of the few restaurants in England to have acquired a grand total of two Michelin stars – Gidleigh Park. This impressive, Tudor-style country manor in the north of Dartmoor National Park is renowned for its delicious menu and extensive wine list – definitely worth it on a special occasion. If you don’t want to wander far from your hotel to experience culinary delights, try The Elephant in Torquay. This first floor restaurant has excellent views and even better food. Perfect after a day’s exertion on the beach! The area is renowned for its excellent, freshly caught seafood so why not make indulging yourself one of your key Devon attractions.

Action and Adventure

Some of the most exciting things to do in Devon involve getting up close and personal with nature. The incredible scenery in this part of the country is one of the reasons it’s such a popular destination for British holidaymakers. Try out some horse riding in Dartmoor to explore the area at your leisure while also feeling like lord of the manor. Fans of water sports can dive into some fun at the Mount Batten Centre in Plymouth. Windsurfing, kayaking and power boating are all on offer here and the range of highly qualified instructors means everyone can get involved regardless of experience. Devon attractions are numerous and you’ll be spoilt for choice from the moment you arrive!

Family Fun/Couples Holiday

The range of Devon attractions is only limited by the time you have to spend here. Both couples and families alike will be spoilt for choice during their time here. Families on a budget will find plenty of free options to keep the kids entertained, including the national parks of Dartmoor and Exmoor. Exmoor has been designated as a Dark Sky Reserve which means you’re guaranteed to see the Milky Way in all its glory on a clear night – make sure your little stargazers pack their telescopes. Both couples and families can explore the coastal paths and take in the views with the English Channel lapping at your feet. If the sun goes in you can always pop into a pub or two along the route, a bracing beverage will help take the chill off. When you’re ready for the road, take a trip to the impressive cathedral in Exeter, a spiritually inspiring sight by anyone’s standards.

Culture Vulture

Culture vultures can pay a visit a visit to Exmouth museum while exploring the town and learn more about the history of the area as well taking one of the exhibitions on offer. Further down the coast in Plymouth, the Barbican International Jazz and Blues Festival makes the streets sway with rhythm every June. Why not book one of our excellent Plymouth hotels and stay for all the highlights. If you’d like to indulge in some retail therapy, pay a visit to one of the regular craft markets in Dartmoor national park. You can pick up some unique gifts for the family back home, all hand-made by Devon crafters. If you’re around in April, take the whole family along to the Exeter Food Festival to sample local produce, children’s workshops, music and entertainment. There’s no shortage of things to do in Devon!