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The Devon Coast

It would be a hard task to find a better selling point for Devon, than its scenic coastline. If you’re a walker or a cyclist, you could explore the Devon Coast to Coast Path, the South West Coast Path, or the West Devon Way. We’ve also listed below a few key coastal areas you could […]

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Honiton

If it isn’t already, Honiton should become the byword for short breaks and day trips in Devon. This East Devon town grew up around the Fosse Way, an old Roman Road, and has several points of interest for visitors: First up should be a visit to the Allhallows Lace Museum, to learn more about the […]

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Ilfracombe

When it comes to Ilfracombe, the question ‘why should you visit’ brings forth interesting answers, which are bound to appeal to a wide range of people. This North Devon town is marketed as having ‘a curious charm’, helped in part by its mix of rural and coastal scenery, Victorian architecture, and a few quirky tourist […]

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Lynton and Lynmouth

A visit to Lynmouth is almost like a 2 for the price of 1 offer, as this Devon village is in fact a twin, and is linked, via a steep cliff, to Lynton. The steep gradients between these twin villages led to a cliff railway company being established in 1888, with the Victorian water driven […]

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Plymouth

Although there are a vast range of places to visit in Devon, the larger towns and cities in this area of South West England do have an advantage, and you’ll never be short of things to do if you choose Plymouth as the destination for your next holiday. One of the first things you’ll be […]

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Wollacombe

Wollacombe in North Devon, has often been recognised in the press as a family friendly resort, with an awarding winning Blue Flag Beach. The beach and sand dunes attract many tourists to the area, and behind these, lays a lively village with good quality amenities, and a community spirit, which is reflected in the regular […]

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