Friday, 11 May 2012

Super Family Holidays at the Holiday Parks in South Devon

Holiday Parks in South Devon

The beaches are among the finest and it is little wonder that this area is known as the English Riviera with its mild climate. This and many more reasons are why holiday parks in Devon are increasing in popularity and are also the region’s best kept secret in terms of excellent value for money. Many of the beaches in this part of Devon have Blue flag status as the water quality is so good and this makes it the ideal destination for families. 

From Budleigh Salterton to Slapton Sands and Dawlish there are many beautiful beaches to explore and enjoy on a holiday in the area. The amount of things to do is staggering and ranges from historic castles to steam railways and spectacular gardens.

Many visitors come to Devon for the vast array of water sports on offer and the coast and rivers are full of action packed opportunities to learn something new. Many of the park holidays in South Devon have on site facilities for fishing and swimming but there are lots of other things to see and do. People on holiday can spend a day out windsurfing on Siblyback reservoir and also off the coast and sea kayaking is another popular sport. 

Fantastic Range of Facilities Available
Scuba divers will be aware that there are a number of wrecks off the South Devon Coast which are fascinating to explore on a boat from one of the small harbours. Fishing is also very popular and some visitors spend a day out on a boat angling for sharks.

This part of the South West is very popular with walkers as there are many rural and coastal trails to discover. Ramblers will find that holiday parks in South Devon make an excellent base as many of the walks are within a short drive of most of the complexes and are perfect for relaxing after a hard day on the hills. To the north and south of the county there are some really spectacular routes which include Dartmoor, Exmoor and even the famous coastal footpath which snakes along the shoreline.  Accommodation at many of the park locations varies to include static caravans, log cabins, chalets, bungalows and apartments and the price of holidays are very competitive.

Perfect Family Holidays
Visitors will find that in some of the most picturesque of villages there is always a tea room or pub which are the perfect treat after a walk in the countryside. For those who enjoy getting away from it all this is the idea place to spend a day exploring the remoter parts of the county. 

In Devon there is a lot to see and do to make the most of the open countryside and sea air. Within a short distance of most holiday parks in South Devon there is something new to learn or enjoy. Why not think about a writing workshop or even rock climbing as a newly found hobby on holiday. There are even restaurants offering cookery classes and some places that run yoga. However you choose to spend a holiday be it relaxing or exercising the new found energy and rejuvenation is something that refreshes everyone who has been away for a few days.

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