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Highlights in Devon
- Mythical stories
- Fossilized forests
- Charming towns
- Spectacular coastlines
- Tropical vegetation
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Log Cabins & Lodges in Devon
Travel very close to Cornwall in the southwest of England in the cosy non-metropolitan county of Devon. One of the first cities in England, you will find wonderful lodges where you can visit the oldest towns full of medieval history in its magnificent palaces, castles and streets, also go through the beautiful coastal landscapes that this place has for you. Visit the incredible forests with all their spectacular tropical vegetation. Bring your family to Devon and you will definitely spend an unimaginable holiday, full of adventure and relaxation.Exquisite lodges in historic towns
On these Devon holidays there are many options for its tourists, from fine lodges on the shore of the coast, to elegant in the centre of the most picturesque towns, whatever your preference these magnificent lodges include from kitchens equipped with all the essentials to prepare delicious meals, such as stove, microwave, fridge, and more, to items for the entertainment and comfort of its guests, such as TV, internet, games and DVDs, include large and comfortable beds, single and king-size. On the outside you will find walled gardens, terraces to share drinks, and they have the advantage of being close to tennis and golf courses and they are only just minutes from pubs and shops. Furthermore, the heating systems are eco-friendly with the environment and your pets will be more than welcome.
Travellers and activities
This charming place has a great story to tell spread across all its unique and picturesque villages, each one has something different and interesting that you should learn about England, first visit the place of Ivybridge, the expansion of this town coincided with the Industrial Revolution, presently has many charming farms with old mills, you must also visit the historic centre, full of Victorian buildings to marvel at their culture. If you want to continue learning about the history of the largest county in England you must continue your tour in Tiverton, this place was the seat of the castle where the Earls of Devon lived in the 16th century, it is currently a very visited site, with many shops and restaurants to share. Just a few kilometres from Exeter, you can also visit the town of Crediton, the birthplace of one of the first Christian missionaries in Europe, in full green valleys, visit it’s Cathedral and learn a little more about this history.Devon for families
Devon is one of the most visited places in England due to everything it has to visit especially if you are in the company of your family, discover a unique and special attraction park founded in 1963, in Babbacombe Abbey you will find the Miniature Village that has mini buildings, houses, trains that run throughout the city, in addition you will also find animal farms, gardens, castles, despite it has recently been improved and other more modern buildings such as water dams have been included, absolutely everything you see in this park is in miniature and it’s amazing, especially if you visit it at night with the lights turned on it is quite a sight to see, particularly for the little ones. Two hours will be enough time to do the entire tour of the park and finally have a delicious drink in any of its wonderful cafes. Definitely, Devon is a box full of surprises for everyone.
One of the economic activities of the past in Exeter, Devon, was the wool trade through the oldest "Puerto" in England.
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Devon has one of the most impressive, spectacular and imposing coastlines in the whole of the United Kingdom, bathed with the waters of the English Channel, with a high cultural and scientific value of approximately 200 million years, it was declared by UNESCO a heritage of the humanity in 2001. Take the Southwest Coast Trail to fully explore it, enjoying breathtaking views and on the way you can make stops to visit the splendid little towns in the area such as Old Harry Rocks and Durdle Door, enjoy their gastronomy and their landscapes.2. Explore the mysteries of Dartmoor
If you are a fan of legends, ghost and horror stories, and you would like to visit haunted houses, you must go to Dartmoor place and visit Okehampton Castle, which tells the story about a figure of a black dog that comes out at night. If you want more then you can continue this tour in Buckland Abbey where you will find many more stories, despite its locals attribute that they are only stories, it is worth enjoying this beautiful tour and having a fun day with family and friends.3. Tour "The European city of flowers"
Also known as the city of the country, considering it is surrounded by beautiful gardens and flowers. If you are touring Devon you must visit the city of Exeter, one of the oldest in England and with a lot of history accumulated for many centuries, between its walls and its iconic buildings such as Exeter Cathedral, one of the oldest built around from the year 50 with the Roman foundation and with an imposing Gothic architecture, take the tour inside and in short you will be dazzled by its incredible sculptures and architectural details, take a walk outside and discover its Roman walls that protected the cathedral from pirates and Vikings. Exeter may be one of the oldest, however it has its modern contrast, visit this city and let yourself be carried away by everything it has to show.4. Visit a treasure in Devon, the village of Ashburton
One of the things that makes Devon a place steeped in history is its quaint and charming villages. Ashburton is a hidden treasure that was an important tin trade centre in the middle ages. Nowadays it is a town with a great tourist attraction where you will find antique shops, art galleries, and depending on the date you visit it you could find one of its medieval festivals, in addition you can also fish, take canoe rides, and ride horses.5. Travel to Plymouth
Devon has a city framed in spectacular landscapes of nature from the coasts with its natural harbours to the greenest meadows you can find, it is located between the Plym and Tamar rivers, and has a great maritime historical load, in summer it is very visited by tourists especially if they want to learn English, it is considered a university city, and also you can visit art galleries, music theatres and much more, come to its famous lighthouse and take the most beautiful photographs. Plymouth is a perfect city for those looking to relax.6. Hot air balloon ride from Exeter
If you want to try a unique activity, and you want to surprise your partner, then try one of our hot air balloon rides, and see from above all the impressive nature that Exeter and Devon have to offer, from their beautiful coasts to their magnificent hills, enjoy the tour between one and four hours, depending on the route of your choice and select between delighting in the sunrise views or the surprising warmest sunsets, the tour starts from Exeter, where you can admire its buildings such as the cathedral and go to the village of Tiverton, passes through Exmoor National Park and returns to Exeter. Dare to take this romantic adventure in the airs of Devon.7. Discover the English Riviera.
Due to its tropical vegetation and unique climate in the region, the coastal town of Torquay has earned the title of the English Riviera, an incredible place to pay a visit. Torquay has in its extension located more than 20 beautiful beaches such as Watcombe beach, Maidencombe beach and many more. Additionally, in Torquay, you will also have the opportunity to visit St. Peter's Cathedral and the ruins of the fishing village of Hallsands which was terribly destroyed by a storm in 1971.