The Stunning Scenery

Devon is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes in the UK. From the rugged coastline to the rolling hills of Dartmoor National Park, there is no shortage of stunning scenery to explore. Whether you're a keen hiker or just looking for a leisurely stroll, there are plenty of trails to suit all levels of fitness.

The Beaches

Devon has some of the best beaches in the UK, with miles of golden sand and crystal-clear waters. Whether you're looking for a quiet cove to relax in or a bustling seaside resort with plenty of amenities, there is a beach to suit everyone. Some of the most popular beaches further afield from Torbay include Woolacombe, Saunton Sands, and Bantham.  Blue Flag beaches immediately on our doorstep include Oddicome & Babbacombe, take the funicular down to Oddicombe or not for the feint hearted drive the steep road down to the carpark on Babbacombe Beach. For the fit & mobile there are various wood walks down to both beaches. 

The Food

Devon is known for its delicious local produce, from fresh seafood to traditional cream teas. There are plenty of restaurants, cafes, and pubs serving up tasty dishes made with local ingredients. Devon is also home to a number of award-winning breweries and distilleries, so you can sample some of the region's finest beers, ciders, and spirits.

The History

Devon has a rich history, with plenty of historic sites and landmarks to explore. From the ancient ruins of Dartmoor to the grandeur of Powderham Castle, there is no shortage of fascinating places to visit. You can also learn about the region's maritime heritage at the National Maritime Museum in Plymouth.

The Outdoor Activities

Whether you're into water sports, cycling, or hiking, there are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy in Devon. The region is home to some of the best surfing beaches in the UK, as well as world-class cycling routes and hiking trails. You can also try your hand at fishing, kayaking, or paddleboarding. 

The Wildlife

Devon is home to a wide variety of wildlife, from rare birds to wild ponies. You can see dolphins and seals on a boat trip along the coast, or spot red deer in the forests of Dartmoor. The region is also known for its wildflowers and butterflies, making it a popular destination for nature-lovers.

The Festivals and Events

Devon plays host to a number of festivals and events throughout the year, from music festivals to food and drink festivals. Some of the most popular events include the Dartmouth Food Festival, the Sidmouth Folk Festival, and the Devon County Show.

In summary, Devon has something for everyone, whether you're looking for a relaxing break or an action-packed adventure. With its stunning scenery, delicious food, rich history, and outdoor activities, it's no wonder that Devon is a popular holiday destination.