Devon

A moorland National Park that goes on forever and miles of heritage coast topped and tailed by riviera coastline define the southwest county of Devon. You and your family will never tire of rolling hills dotted with thatched cottages, and dramatic coastlines with cliff-edged bays and elegant Georgian towns like Torquay straight from an Agatha Christie crime caper. With so many places in Devon to explore, we recommend you pack picnics for every day out. The hours will disappear exploring rock pools and smugglers’ caves. Another attraction is the dolphins somersaulting off sweeping beaches. Then there are the famous Devonshire teas – oven-warm scones, sticky strawberry jam and dollops of clotted cream. Need we say more?

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Cycle alongside the Exe Estuary

Cycle alongside the Exe Estuary

Jump on a bike to explore the beautiful Exe Estuary, taking in the lovely scenery, villages and landscapes along a 26 mile-long route.

Exeter, Devon

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Be a big cat keeper for a day at Dartmoor Zoo

Be a big cat keeper for a day at Dartmoor Zoo

Join the Big Cat Keepers at Dartmoor Zoo for this hard work, hands on, all day experience.

Plymouth, Devon

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Discover Maritime and Wartime History in Dartmouth

Discover Maritime and Wartime History in Dartmouth

With its strong maritime heritage, enchanting streets and scenic river location you’ll fall in love with Dartmouth.

Location: Dartmouth, Devon

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Grab your partner and ceilidh on down to Sidmouth Folk Week

Grab your partner and ceilidh on down to Sidmouth Folk Week

The Regency town of Sidmouth on Devon’s Jurassic Coast celebrates a week of folk music, dance and song every August.

Location: Sidmouth, Devon

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Unearth Dartmoor's ancient history

Unearth Dartmoor's ancient history

Marvel at the best examples of prehistoric archaeology in Western Europe, including Bronze Age settlements, standing stones and circles.

Location: Dartmoor, Devon

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Find the perfect gift at the Exeter Christmas Market

Find the perfect gift at the Exeter Christmas Market

The Exeter Christmas Market will represent the best of what Britain, the South West and the rest of Europe has to offer – with a mix of great food, excellent crafts, unique gifts and decorations.

Location: Exeter

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Calvert Trust Exmoor

Calvert Trust Exmoor

Calvert Trust Exmoor allows guests with disabilities of any type to experience exciting adventurous activities, the Devon countryside and the local attractions.

Location: Barnstaple, Devon

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Explore the High Seas at Hallsands

Explore the High Seas at Hallsands

The atmospheric ruined fishing village of Hallsands stands as testament to the power of the sea and the danger of over exploiting natural resources.

Location: Hallsands, Devon

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Enjoy independent Christmas shopping in Exeter

Enjoy independent Christmas shopping in Exeter

Exeter is scattered with fantastic independent retailers setting the city apart from your choice of normal high street shops.

Location: Exeter, Devon

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Try Plymouth's Historic Barbican and Sutton Harbour

Try Plymouth's Historic Barbican and Sutton Harbour

An essential first port of call, a bustling community of specialist shops, restaurants, and world-class attractions, all in a picturesque harbourside.

Location: Plymouth, Devon

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Spend the day touring Exeter’s buzzing waterside on foot or bike

Spend the day touring Exeter’s buzzing waterside on foot or bike

Exeter's quayside is a hub of activity, with independent shopping, historic buildings, restaurants and excellent riverside walking and cycle routes.

Location: Exeter, Devon

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See Devon from the Back of a Horse

See Devon from the Back of a Horse

Horses are such a large part of the history and culture of Devon, with the county unsurpassed for the beauty and quality of its landscape.

Location: Devon

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Live a day in the life of a Tudor at St Nicholas Priory

Live a day in the life of a Tudor at St Nicholas Priory

Originally part of Exeter’s first medieval monastery, this splendid Grade I-listed building later became the Tudor home of a wealthy merchant family.

Location: Exeter, Devon

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Follow themed cycle trails through Haldon Forest Park

Follow themed cycle trails through Haldon Forest Park

Get active under 3,500 acres of forest canopy, with purpose-built cycling trails for all abilities at Haldon Forest Park

Location: Exeter, Devon

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Soak up the seaspray in Exmoor

Soak up the seaspray in Exmoor

Get ready for a thrill-seeking break spent kayaking or coasteering around Exmoor's dramatic landscapes.

Location: Exmoor National Park, Devon /Somerset

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Explore the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

Explore the Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery

An intriguing place to visit with nine permanent galleries, two exhibition galleries and hundreds of events and activities throughout the year.

Location: Plymouth, Devon

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Cathedrals, canoes and culinary delights

Cathedrals, canoes and culinary delights

With 2,000 years of history, exciting water sports and award winning food and drink, there’s more to Exeter than the Rugby.

Location: Exeter, Devon

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Relax in an Elizabethan House and Gardens

Relax in an Elizabethan House and Gardens

Step back in time to Drake’s Plymouth and see the authentic spiral stairs, sloping floors and period furniture. Experience a real feeling of history.

Location: Plymouth, Devon

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 Head to Salcombe for butterscotch beaches and electric blue water

Head to Salcombe for butterscotch beaches and electric blue water

A haven for yachties and those who prefer to keep their deck shoes firmly on dry land.

Location: Salcombe, Devon

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Climb Smeatons Tower for Gorgeous Views

Climb Smeatons Tower for Gorgeous Views

Feel the exhilarating sea air when you climb the 93 steps to the top of Smeatons Tower, and then look out over the Hoe and Plymouth City.

Location: Plymouth, Devon

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