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Devon's Top Sights

2 coastlines, 2 national parks and history, culture and attractions by the bucket load, Devon is holiday heaven!

The beaches here are as magnificent as they are varied, from shingled coves to sandy bays. Many are tailor-made for surfing too, like Croyde Bay and award-winning Woolacombe.

Elsewhere on the coast, you'll discover picturesque fishing communities, such as charming Clovelly and genteel Ilfracombe. While along Devon's southern shoreline, the traditional seaside attractions of Torquay and the English Riviera beckon.

To make the most of your holiday in Devon, experience sailing and watersports action in visit the historic city of Dartmouth, which is renowned for its naval college, castle and steam railway.

Reasons to Visit Devon

  • The cleanest in the country, Devon’s beaches are sandy and serene
  • Water sports are available all across this county
  • Seafood and cream teas - what more could you want?
  • Four fantastic holiday parks to choose from in Devon
  • Eclectic entertainment for the whole family is available on park!
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Breathtaking Beaches

Devon’s beaches are the cleanest in England, and you’re simply spoilt for choice for coastal fun.

From the elegant English Riviera beaches of Oddicombe and Babbacombe near Torquay, Challaborough Bay’s Blue Flag accredited sands, and, of course, Croyde and Ruda on the northern coast of the county.

There’s more than enough to satisfy sand worshippers - and four-legged friends are welcome on a fair few of them, too!

an ancient ruined building

History & Culture

Norman era defences and Napoleonic heritage mean that Devon is an area that’s steeped in history throughout the ages.

The stunning, eerie ruins of Okehampton Castle, built in 1068, set amongst a forest by the River Okement, are a must-visit for both history buffs and fans of the supernatural - as the ruins are allegedly haunted!

Further south, Dartmouth Castle’s Napoleonic era defences are now an idyllic spot, perfect for a day out exploring the area.

sheep racing

Amazing Attractions

Good old English eccentricity is on display at some of Devon’s more unique attractions such as The Big Sheep - a theme park dedicated to all things ovine near to our Bideford Bay Holiday Park, including daily sheep racing and a rollercoaster.

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Outdoors & Adventure

Caravan holidays in Devon needn’t be just about lying on the beach - getting out and having an adventure is one of the most exciting things you can do in this county.

Whether it’s water sports such as coasteering or surfing on Croyde Beach, wandering the tors of Dartmoor or Exmoor or even tackling the Go Ape high ropes at Haldon Forest Park, there’s something for every adventurous soul in Devon!

beautiful vista of Devon with a pony in the foreground

Stunning Scenery

Devon has its fair share of great views, especially in the rolling hills of Exmoor National Park.

Keep an eye out for ponies roaming this untamed landscape, which is home to historic churches and beautiful coastal woodlands.

Also worth a visit is the Jurassic Coast along the border with Dorset, with crumbling, fossil-filled cliffs providing a unique backdrop to holiday photos.

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