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Take your pick between the wild and impressive beaches of the Devon coast area of outstanding natural beauty and the serene, palm-tree-laden sands down on the southern coastline. There are plenty of traditional beaches backed by characterful towns and many secret coves


Dartmoor national park is a vast moorland in the county of Devon, in South-West England. Dartmoor ponies roam its craggy landscape, defined by forests, rivers, wetlands and tors (rock formations). Trails wind through valleys with neolithic tombs, bronze age stone circles and abandoned medieval farmhouses

Family Attractions

What’s to do in Devon? Lots! Whether you’re looking for activities for the winter, spring, summer or autumn, sunny days or wet days, you’d be hard pressed to be bored here. This is our big list of things to do in Devon with kids and I can guarantee it doesn’t cover everything.

Food & Beverage

With excellent local produce and fantastic producers, Devon’s food and drink is known for being outstanding. Restaurants in Devon are some of the best in the UK, and it is no surprise that the county home to a number of award winning establishments.

Vineyards and Distilleries

There are quite a few vineyards, distilleries, and breweries in Devon and with the food and drink industry booming here it’s no surprise. Devon boasts rich farmland coupled with a desirable climate and plenty of coast from which to source fresh seafood, it makes sense that producers are spending time making tantalising drinks and refreshments to enjoy.

History & Heritage

In Devon, history buffs are in for a treat. From a very rare surviving monastery to the last remaining coal-fired paddle steamer and grand country houses with spectacular gardens, Devon will open up a world of heritage and culture for everyone.

Picturesque places

Devon has some beautiful places that are worth getting a quick snap or two for your social media. With stunning beaches and rural countryside walks it’s no wonder we want to show off our glorious county. You may think you know the best spots to get that perfect shot, but have you heard of these places before?

Nature reserves

Visit one of Devon’s many nature reserves and discover a world of wildlife, flora, and fauna unique to this part of the southwest. The diverse landscape of south Devon means vast areas are protected due to their unique environmental features – grasslands, estuaries, woodlands, wetlands, the list goes on.

Sports attractions

Don’t worry if you want a relaxing holiday to Devon but don’t want to feel like you’re missing out on the action, or you want to mix a more active section in to your break. With lots of regattas and sporting events being held across the region there are plenty of opportunities to let someone else do the hard work.