"I have never before been gifted with such an abundance of natural beauty"
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A wealth of golden sandy beaches, beautiful countryside and the two beautiful National Parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor make Devon the perfect place for a family holiday or active adventure. With lots of all weather attractions, and activities for all ages and abilities, there's something to keep everyone busy.
With excellent local produce and fantastic producers, Devon’s food and drink is known for being outstanding - and is one of the key reasons why many people love to come and visit. With excellent restaurants, cafes, tearooms, pubs and very well-regarded cookery schools, foodie breaks to Devon are very popular.
Our towns and cities are home to a wonderful mix of museums and galleries, many of which are free to visit. Exhibitions range from displays of local Devon life through history to major national touring exhibitions, and Exeter's award-winning (and free!) Royal Albert Memorial Museum is a fantastic day out. Plymouth is packed with naval history and art, and literary fans can enjoy an Agatha Christie break in the English Riviera, or romantic Lorna Doone adventure on Exmoor.
Devon is the ideal place for a romantic break.
Take the English Riviera - its beauty and tranquillity makes it a hotspot for couples in search of a getaway. For breathtaking views try Babbacombe with the highest clifftop promenade in England delivering stunning views of South Devon.
Or, how about exploring wildly romantic Dartmoor or Exmoor, and then cosying up in front of a roaring fire in one of the many rustic pubs serving Devon food and drink.You’ll find cosy cafes on cobbled streets alongside designer brands and cocktails bars in metropolitan Exeter and Plymouth, and wherever you choose to go, you can choose from a range of accommodation including boutique hotels and self-catering properties.
Devon's all about the great outdoors, so many of our activities and attractions actively welcome dogs, and days out can include your pet too. Plus, there are lots of pet-friendly places to stay all over the county, from highly-rated hotels and luxury holiday cottages to campsites and holiday parks.