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Caravan Holidays in Devon
Static caravans are a good choice for combing the freedom of self catering whilst being in the heart of the area you are staying in. They provide a cheaper alternative to a cottage rental and the caravan sites often have a convenience shop and a bar. There are many caravan sites in Devon and this area attracts a lot of tourists for its good weather, long white sandy beaches and an excellent range of activities. Alternatively, many of the Devon caravan sites offer touring caravans for sale.

The magnificent North Devon coastline has a choice of beaches including Woolacombe, which has been acknowledged as one of the top ten beaches in the world and is a regular winner of both Blue Flag and Premier Awards for beach safety and cleanliness. There are also the beaches of Croyde, Saunton and Westward Ho!, all of which rival the most exotic of Mediterranean resorts.

The astonishing natural beauty of North Devon combines the superb coastline with the distinctive countryside, often meeting with stunning consequences. Neat patchwork quilts of fertile farmland, wild rugged moorland and wide open spaces all combine to make this corner of England so unique. It's difficult to imagine any part of Britain more awe-inspiring than the rugged wilds of nearby Exmoor. Covering an area of 250 square miles, this National Park is every rambler's idea of heaven, where red deer and wild ponies stalk the steep valleys and gorges while buzzards and falcons soar overhead. Popular with a broad clientele, this stretch of coast was designated an Area of Outstanding Natural beauty in 1959 and spans from Marsland Mouth on the Cornish border to Combe Martin and the edge of the Exmoor National Park.

Wherever you choose to go, whatever you choose to do, there's always the peace and tranquillity of the countryside to offer a means of escape from the demands of everyday life. In fact the Council for the Protection of Rural England classifies North Devon as one of only three areas in the country that can still officially be called "tranquil".
There is plenty to see and do for every type of person. Here is a brief list, for more information on attractions visit the official North Devon Website.

Arlington Court - National Trust House and Gardens

Clovelly - One of the worlds unique villages. Picturesque cobbled streets leading down to 14th century harbour

Combe Martin Wildlife and Dinosaur Park - 250 species of plants and animals

Exmoor Brass Rubbing Centre - Collection of over 100 brasses and rubbing plates
Exmoor Zoological Park - Over 150 species of Wildlife
Lundy Island - North Devon's own Atlantic Island

The Milky Way - A galaxy of entertainment for all the family

Once Upon a Time - Fantasy Land for children aged 3 -11

Quince Honey Farm - Fascinating insight into the life and work of the honey bee

Surf South West - Learn to surf with a Surfing Association Approved School

Watermouth Castle - Entertainment centre set in restored castle and grounds

About the Author
Stowford Farm Meadows is an award winning Devon caravan sites business situated in rural North Devon. Stowford is an official dealer of touring caravans for sale.
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