Firstly, there’s rural southeast Devon and the South Hams with its red soil, rolling hills and picture postcard fishing towns such as Totnes, Salcombe, Dartmouth and Exmouth
. This landscape of green fields and valleys is dotted with quaint villages, traditional pubs and tea shops.
Then there are the moors – Exmoor and Dartmoor, with their desolate, romantic beauty. Windswept, heather-strewn moorland and broken, granite tors, this is one of the most remote spots in England.
Of course, North Devon is an ever-popular family holiday destination because of its glorious coastline. A cluster of seaside towns stretching from Clovelly, Croyde and Woolacombe to Ilfracombe and Lynton provide both picturesque coastal scenery and some of the region’s best surfing, a perect location for holidays parks in Devon.
Finally, Devon’s two cities of Plymouth and Exeter may be less celebrated than the region’s glorious countryside, perfect for any touring site – and they have treasures like Exeter's Cathedral and Plymouth's waterfront, so much to do and see whilst on a holiday in Devon.478