Located in the south-western part of England, just above Cornwall, Devon is a 6700-square kilometre that has a cold and comforting weather (one of the best in England). The county offers a pleasant and enjoyable lifestyle. The city is well known for its natural, beautiful evergreen countryside, spectacular coastline, quaint little fishing villages and delicious cider. If you are looking for a particular perfect holiday destination or a place where you can just cool off and enjoy every moment, Devon is the place to be. The county has a different treat for everyone regardless of your personality. If your idea of fun is to do adrenaline filled things or you just want to enjoy tranquillity and peace, Devon has got something for everyone. Here are some of the things to see in Devon England.
DARTMOOR NATIONAL PARK
Situated inland Devon, Dartmoor National Park is a large area of moorland; home to a couple of tiny villages that serves as a tourist attraction. Whether it’s raining, snowing or sunny Dartmoor always remain beautiful. If you go towards the Haytor Rock, there is a car park that offers free parking located at the bottom. Then take a stroll to the top where you will enjoy wild Dartmoor ponies, sheep and cows along the way.
If you head towards the Rock, you will find a large free parking lot. Prepare for wind and rain and dress warm! Wearing appropriate footwear, take a stroll up to the top here you will encounter wild Dartmoor ponies, cows and sheep along the way. At the top, you’ll be able to experience spectacular views around the countryside and a lot of small towns in Devon. If you want to see more, you should climb the rock and take a look from another perspective. If you a looking for a place to get unique, adventurous experience, you should checkout Dartmoor National Park.
Sid’s mouth used to be a fishing port in the Middle Ages, but now it had turned into a fashionable holiday resort when future Queen Victoria visited in 1819. The town still retains its alluring grandeur, and it’s a place to see when visiting Devon.
Becky Falls with stunning waterfall walks and woodland animally’s galore; animal encounter shows with feeding sessions; Becky falls has something for all to enjoy at a very affordable price. The fall has been a tourist attraction for over a century and its best regarded as Devon’s top beauty spot. The drop features children entertainment during holidays and weekend, cuddly encounter shows where you can have the chance to handle some of the falls fluffy creatures. Every day, children get to enjoy a favourite Nature Trail competition with a prize for every child and a backpack that will help them discover the woodland walks. You don’t have to worry about paying for all the activities because your entry fee has covered them all. If you are planning to visit Devon, don’t forget to visit the Becky Falls.
Regardless of what your taste of fun is, Devon has something for you. You should stop by this county to experience pleasant and entertaining cool spots.