Devon Caravan Holidays and Holiday Parks
With so much of the county of the county featuring wonderful rugged coastline and with much of the central parts covered in beautiful countryside, it is no surprise that the county is so popular with holidaymakers.
With that said, the biggest draw of the region for many holidaymakers, alongside the fact that Devon has some of the warmest and sunniest weather in the UK, are the numerous holiday resorts that can be found throughout the county and best of all from out point of view is the fact that the majority of those holiday resorts are found along the Devon coast and they feature a good range of caravan holiday parks.
Devon Holiday Parks
Here are our top 10 caravan holiday parks in Devon.
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Devon Caravan Holidays
When it comes to holiday resorts in Devon it is probably quicker to name places in the county that aren’t popular with holidaymakers. From the large seaside resorts in the south of the county to the smaller coastal villages in the north and from central parts full of countryside and natural beauty to the more built up areas near the border, all parts of Devon have something different to offer.
There are numerous towns and resorts in Devon that are popular with caravan holidaymakers including:
Torbay is a large is a large bay that covers much of the south coast of Devon and it is home to many of the region’s biggest and most popular holiday resorts including Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.
Torbay is home to many of the region’s main visitor attractions and also many of the bigger holiday parks operated by the biggest brands.
Also known as the English Riviera, Torbay, especially when the sun is out, is England answer to the Med with a long sweeping bayfront, yachts in the harbour and luxury house and hotels.
Exmouth is a port town close to the city of Exeter and as you would expect it sits at the mouth of the river Exe. The resort is known as been the western end of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site as well as lying on the coastal railway line between Newton Abbot and the Exe Estuary.
For many it is the red sandstone cliffs, which offer stunning sea views that make the town stand out as a holiday resort.
Paignton, part of Torbay, is home to one of the UK’s biggest zoos as well as all you would expect from a seaside resort.
Dawlish and Dawlish Warren are perhaps most famous for the seafront railway that runs through both of these sister resorts but there is much more to them than that.
From resident black swans to small independent shops, both Dawlish and Dawlish Warren are great places to explore and foot and simply enjoy a relaxing time together. Best of all there is a good range of independent cafes with most offering the chance to enjoy the local delicacy of a cream tea.
Dawlish Warren, located just to the north of Dawlish, is a small village home to many caravan parks.
Brixham is a stunning former fishing harbour that sits at the southern end of Torbay that has now become a leading holiday resort.
Barnstaple is a former river port that sits in the north of Devon, near to the coast and is a great location for wanting a relaxing holiday base.
Barnstaple and much of the area around the town is rural but with lots of small villages to explore along the north coast.
Aside from the major holiday resorts and seaside towns, Devon is home to many other areas of interest for visitors including a number of current and former rural market towns including; Bideford, Barnstaple, Honiton, Newton Abbot, Okehampton, Tavistock, Totnes and Tiverton.
Whilst he region is mostly rural, there a re a few large settlements which are well worth visiting including the likes of Plymouth, which also offers ferry services to the continent for a day out with a difference and the county town of Exeter which is one of the most historic cities in England.
Of course from our point of view it is the region main holiday resorts that are of the most importance as it is in and around these great seaside resorts that the majority of the regions caravan holiday parks can be found.
Here at CaraHols.co.uk we review all of the parks we feature, bring you all of the information you need to know about a caravan holiday park to make an informed decision on whether or not it is right for you. We then bring you a direct link to the booking page on the operators/owner’s website and also where you can get further information.
That means that by simply visiting CaraHols.co.uk and using our website, the process of finding a caravan holiday, choosing the accommodation and actually booking the holiday is as easy as possible.
If you are looking for a caravan holiday in Devon you are in the right place. We review many of the leading caravan holiday parks found in the county to make finding the right one for you and your family as simple as possible.