Discover the Joy of the Holiday Parks in South Devon
Sun, sea, fresh air and a great time are the perfect ingredients for a holiday and are closer to home than you think. There are lots of holiday parks in South Devon which combine high quality with good value to ensure guests have a wonderful time. Visitors to this part of the South West have a wide range of beaches to choose from and some delightful fishing villages and market towns.
There is a surprising amount of attractions for visitors and the vast open countryside which is perfect for walking and cycling. This is the sort of place that people visit for a break and each time they decide to return they always find something different to do.
The Devon countryside has many attractions, some of which are well known and others are quite unusual but interesting places to visit whilst on a short break in the area. Most of the holiday park breaks in South Devon are within a short drive of several places of interest, giving quite a choice of museums and gardens to visit amongst other attractions.
If you are looking to getaway on a holiday or break in Devon at one of the holiday parks then we recommend you check out Holidayparkhols. Take a look at their Devon Holiday Parks page here - http://www.holidayparkhol.co.uk/holiday-park/south-west-england/devon/north-devon
One of the more interesting places to visit on holiday here is the Fairground Heritage Centre near Lifton which has the history of this type of amusement as well as some vintage rides. The home of Sir Francis Drake at Buckland Abbey is another great place to spend some time as is the National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Arlington court is another well known stately home which is popular with visitors in Devon.
There are some lovely towns and villages with character in this part of the world which are always a delight to visit. The holiday parks in South Devon make an excellent base to tour this part of the world and explore some really scenic routes. A day trip to Dartmouth and Dartington for example is just a short drive away and estates such as the Canonteign grounds with its spectacular waterfall make a great day out.
Some people prefer the train and there are some great examples including the South Devon Railway from Buckfastleigh to Totnes. The Lymouth Cliff railway is another very interesting way to see the coast.
Some of the towns are very interesting to explore and also find some souvenirs to take back to friends and relatives. Lots of the holiday parks in South Devon have self catering facilities and so a trip to Tavistock is an opportune time to stock up on regional specialties and fresh ingredients for supper.
Other towns such as Totnes and Exeter have a historic feel and the naval heritage at Dartmouth is renowned. Whether it is a peaceful garden or a busy amusement park or a countryside walk there is something to amuse most people in this part of the South West. With a long list of things to see and do there is only one thing for it and that is to make sure the return trip is booked for some time very soon as Devon is a real favourite with lots of people.