Things to Do in South Devon
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There are plenty of things to do all year round in South Devon, so whether you are coming for a long family holiday in the summer, or a short romantic weekend away – there is always something to see and do.
A visit to South Devon isn’t complete without visiting one of the many beautiful beaches along the coastline. From small secluded coves, to large golden sands, South Devon beaches are perfect for family days our, or long walks to enjoy the scenery.
There are hundreds of attractions and places to visit across South Devon, whatever you are into, and whatever the weather.
Discover the area’s rich history, heritage and culture at one of the many museums, galleries, historical houses and gardens – National Trust and English Heritage also have sites across South Devon.
You’ll have no trouble keeping the kids entertained either, with plenty of family attractions, from theme parks, zoos, indoor play parks, and so much more.
If you love getting active – then South Devon is the place for you.
With huge expanses of stunning coastline and rich countryside, South Devon is the ideal playground for those who love to fuel their holiday with adventure.
South Devon is a haven for those who love walking or cycling – miles of South West Coast Path and cycle trails to explore.
The coastline also means we are a centre for watersports – canoeing, kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, windsurfing, surfing – you can do it all in South Devon.
South Devon is brimming full of fantastic events and festivals on all year round – food festivals, regattas, music festivals, art festivals – be sure to check out what’s on in the area so you don’t miss a thing.
South Devon is famed for its beautiful landscape – and with a World Heritage Site, 3 Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, a National Park, over 120miles of stunning coastline, and acres of rural countryside – you won’t find a more stunning natural landscape to explore.
If you are planning to visit some of the many attractions in South Devon then you will probably want to book some accommodation.
Fortunately, there are some great hotels, bed and breakfasts, self catering holiday cottages, holiday parks and campsites to choose from.