Devon is Britain's most popular holiday destination... Devon Delights visitors to the west country with two scenic coastlines, one national park and part of another , a world heritage coast, blue flag beaches, little coves, market towns, seaside resorts, tranquil walks, picturesque villages, mouth watering cream teas, real ales, heather clad moors, golf courses, gorgeous gardens, sparkling rivers, historic houses, entertainment and attractions galore ...Devon has unique appeal. Devon is ideal for a walking holiday or a family holiday by the sea.
The north Devon coastal resorts of Woolacombe, Saunton, Morthoe, Croyde, Braunton, Instow and Westward Ho! are ideal for a relaxing family seaside holiday playing on the beach or surfing the waves.
A breathtaking section of Devon's coastline starts at County gate and passes through Lynmouth, Lynton, Valley of The Rocks, Lee Bay, Watermouth Cove, Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, around Morte Point to Morthoe then along 4 miles of golden sands of Woolacombe and Putsborough beaches, on through Croyde, Saunton Sands, Braunton, Barnstaple, Appledore, Bucks Cross and picturesque Clovelly at Bude the leads you to Cornwall's delights.

England’s first world heritage site, Devon is a county of contrasts with two stunning coastlines. Rugged cliffs and swirling waters line one, while gentle waves lap the golden sands of the other. Inland, find the essence of Devon in green undulating hills, whitewashed thatched cottages and leafy high sided lanes. An epitome of glorious English countryside and days that are filled with picnics, cream teas and lashings of ginger beer! As you head south embrace the rugged heather covered landscape and untamed beauty of Dartmoor. Discover Devon without the car and head out on foot to explore the land that inspired novels by Agatha Christie and Arthur Conan Doyle.

To the north visit Clovelly, and experience a step back in time as you wander the working harbour, among thatched cottages with roses climbing round the doors. Or for a more lively experience head for busy towns like Torquay, Exeter and Plymouth. Elegant Victorian villas and stunning views of the English Riviera blend with the more modern attractions of the bustling seaside town of Torquay. Along the coast visit the historic town of Dartmouth, with its half timbered houses and narrow winding streets. This celebrated naval town has attractions galore from museums to top quality restaurants and shops.

Discover Devon's heartland, experience a real countryside welcome amid mid Devon's green undulating hills, perfect for a Devon farm holiday. Shop or stay in Crediton, Bampton, Tiverton or Cullumpton. W Hatherleigh, Holsworthy are surrounded by rich farming countryside, golf courses and fishing lakes.
Exteter a buzzing city home to the met office, Exeter university, ideally placed to welcome visitors from abroad, within minutes of leaving Exeter Airport, Devon's coastal or rural delights await.
Admire the Devon landscapes that inspired novels by Agatha Christie and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. Dartmoor National Park... explore Mortonhampstead, Chagford, Lustleigh, Postbridge, Dartmeet. Scattered granite tors overlook Dartmoor's untamed splendour.
Britain's south west National Parks are superb outdoor breathing places, alive with wildlife Both Dartmoor and Exmoor offers lovers of the great outdoors marvelous scenery and acres of space.
Embrace England's best kept secret Exmoor National Park, ride the Lynton and Lynmouth cliff railway, wander amid the Watersmeet Estate, explore Brendon valley.. of Lorna Doone fame. Visit Tarr Stepps clapper bridge, enjoy a riverside walk in the Barle Valley, look out over southwest England from Dunkery Beacon.

The north Devon towns and villages of Combe Martin, Ilfracombe, Lee, Parracombe, are also surrounded by awe inspiring scenery and walks galore. Berrynarbour is exceptionally pretty.
Okehampton, Tavistock Ivybridge, are Dartmoor gateway towns home to Devon farmers market. Gunnislake in the Tamar Valley leads you in to the Devon city of Plymouth or into Cornwall.
Shop till you drop in Plymouth or sit on Plymouth Hoe and watch the ships come and go in Plymouth Sound. Visit famous Devon attraction's The Barbican, Plymouth Aquarium, Mayflower Steps.
The east Devon towns of Ottery St Mary, Axminster and Colyton have individual appeal. The charming seaside resorts of Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Seaton, Beer and Branscombe will delight all who visit. Devon's heritage coast, is called the Jurassic Coast, a world heritage site stretches 95 miles from Exmouth to Lyme Regis in Dorset. 185 million years of the Earths history are recorded in the red cliffs and beach along this glorious Devon coastline. Honiton close to the A303 and M5 is home to a multitude of antique shops.

The sparkling river Exe rises on Exmoor and bubbles its way through the Exe Valley, via Dulverton, Tiverton and Silverton and the Devon city of Exeter, then on to meet the sea at the coastal resort of Exmouth.
Budleigh Salterton  is another delightful Devon seaside resort. Startpoint and Dawlish Warren nestle on the opposite shore.
Relax in Dawlish or Teignmouth where the coast road will take you through the English Rivera resorts of Babbercombe, Torquay, Paignton. The quaint little town of Brixham is south Devon's  main fishing port.

The busy south Devon coastal resorts renowned for their mild sunny climate and great nightlife are Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. Torbay offers a wealth of blue flag beaches, attractions, entertainment, shops and marine activities. The English Rivera open all year round is ideal for a fun packed family holiday or a romantic week end short break. Escape the crowds enjoy wonderful coastal walks from Berry Head to Dartmouth or Slapton to Salcome. Drive into Dartmoor National Park, explore Dartmoor's stannery towns of Ivybridge, South Brent, Tavistock and Okehampton.

The South Hams are a joy, Dartmouth is a celebrated naval town with museums, top quality restaurants and shops. Dartmouth, Salcombe, Kingsbridge and Totnes also have a fantastic array of shops, pubs, restaurants, museums and galleries. Enjoy a ride on The South Devon steam railway which runs between Kingswear and Paignton. Stay in Bigbury on Sea and visit nearby Bigbury Island, Hope Cove, Thurlestone, Nosy Mayo and Newton Ferriers.
South Devon Tourist Attractions: Paignton Zoo, Paignton Steam Railway, Devon County Show, Arlington Court, Big Sheep, Atlantic Village, Castle Drogo, Dartmoor Wildlife Park, Crealy, Escot, Sidmouth's Donkey Sanctuary, Woodland Adventure Park at Blackawton. Greenway Garden, Bicton Gardens, Buckfastleigh Steam Railway, Buckland Abbey, Trago Mills.
Devon overflows with an abundance of natural attractions, the White Lady waterfall at Lydford Gorge, Slapton Ley, Blackpool Sands, Heddons Mouth, Fingles Glen, The River Dart, Salcombe Estuary, Dartmeet, Becky Falls, Valley of the Rocks Baggy Point.
Devon Events: Devon County Show at Westpoint, Widecombe in the Moor fair on Dartmoor, Dartmouth Yacht Regatta. Walks the Two Moors Way, the Coleridge Way, the Tarka Trail, the Tarka Line railway meanders through delightful unspoilt British countryside from Barnstaple to Exeter.

Visit Hartland Lighthouse or take the Oldenberg ferry from Bideford quay over to Lundy Island.
Devon historic houses and gardens: Greenway, Casle Drogo, Knighstshays Court, Docton Mill, Arlington Court, Marwood, RHS Rosemoor gardens at Great Torrington are superb. Devon race courses: Exeter and Newton Abbott.
During a visit to Devon you will never be short of something to do, surfing, fishing, sailing, golf horse riding, cycling, birdwatching or just wander at will on the westcountry moors.
Devon Accommodation Website is here to help you find a place to stay, search this site for a spacious country house in Devon, a large Devon Hotel with wi-fi ideal for a business conference, a 5 star Devon B&B, a moorland inn with bar and a log fire, a reasonably priced family run bed and breakfast. Many Devon C&C sites and Devon holiday parks offer nightly entertainment, a heated indoor swimming pool and a jacuzzi. Stay on a Devon farm to savor a superb home cooked evening meal. Look out for... an idyllic thatched Devon Holiday Cottage with roses round the door, a hot tub and a sea view.

Devon can be visited by foot, car or bike with its networks of routes and huge array of watersports and family friendly beaches. Paddle your own canoe or charter a yacht and see Devon from a different angle. A county rich in history and heritage visit the many museums and historic gardens, the castles and cathedrals, learn the folklore and traditions of this magical county and you‘ll find yourself reluctant to leave!

Tourism info on North Devon Clovelly, Hartland Point, Exmoor National Park, Lynton & Lynmouth, Combe Martin.
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Tourism info on the English Rivera Torquay Paignton Brixham Torbay..
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Tourism info on North Devon Bideford, Lundy, Barnstaple, Westward Ho, Instow, Appledore.
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Tourism info on Exeter, Dawlish, Newton Abbot, Teignmouth, Plymouth, Tamar Valley.
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Tourism info on Morthoe, Croyde, Braunton, Ilfracombe
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Tourism info on Dartmouth, Kingsbridge, Totnes, Salcombe.
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Tourism info on Tarka Country, Great Torrington, Ruby Country, South Molton and more.
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Tourism info on East Devon, Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Seaton, Beer, Branscombe, Honiton, Axminster and more.
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