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Areas to visit

Visit Devon and you’ll find that there is more to this spectacular and diverse county than you might have thought.
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Walking and Cycling

Walking and cycling are fantastic ways to explore Devon and provide easy access to some of the county’s most unspoilt natural and cultural heritage. 
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Whether it’s a cute boutique hotel, laid back self-catering, camping or the ultimate traditional B&B, Devon has it all.
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Dog Friendly Devon

Does your dog deserve a break too? Devon's known as a great place to come for anyone looking for a dog-friendly holiday.


The South West has firmly established itself as one of the prime gastronomic hotspots in the UK for excellent, fresh ingredients or superb places to eat.
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The Official Devon Guide
halloween devon events october 2016 half term

A hauntingly good half term in Devon

With the spooky season almost here, there will be plenty to keep...

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Travel Information

Despite that feeling of getting away from it all, Devon is easily reached with the excellent transport links to, from and within the county.


While Dartmoor is probably most famous for its ruggedly beautiful landscape, there’s a lot more to this most dramatic location than just its spectacular good looks. Visit Devon’s most famous moor and you’ll discover a world where wildlife, history and culture come together to create unforgettable Devon holidays.

Torquay, Paignton and Brixham: the English Riviera

In the English Riviera everything is on your doorstep – regardless of what your interests may be. Torquay, Paignton, Brixham and Babbacombe Bay collectively offer award-winning beaches, a wealth of visitor attractions and some great value accommodation, providing all the ingredients for a fabulous holiday.



Exeter, East Devon & Mid Devon: Heart of Devon

Whether you’re planning your summer holidays in Devon or are looking for somewhere to slip away to in the depths of winter for a romantic break away for two, the Heart of Devon has something to offer you, whatever the weather and whoever you’re with.

North Devon and Exmoor

North Devon is the perfect playground for doing what you love. Be it spending time with the family, walking the dog, eating out or celebrating with friends. North Devon really is the perfect place.


With its rich maritime heritage and its status as the regional capital for culture, Plymouth is one of the most dynamic and fascinating places to visit in Devon.

South Devon

South Devon offers the best of both coastline and countryside. Ideal whether you’re after unspoilt countryside, beautiful beaches or a chance to discover hidden villages and some of the most secluded places to stay in Devon.