A gorgeous county in South West England, Devon is a highly popular destination for coach holidays and short breaks. When you book a holiday to Devon, expect a combination of rolling countryside, miles of sandy beaches, fascinating ancient ruins, medieval towns and modern shopping centres. Home to the oldest gin distillery, inventors of cream tea and owners of the oldest working steam engine in the world, this unique county has charming character. With so much to see and do in this beautiful county, it is a popular choice among holidaymakers who regularly enjoy blissful coach holidays to Devon.
Featuring popular cities such as Exeter and Plymouth, as well as many sensational seaside towns such as Torquay, Paignton, Ilfracombe and Brixham; Devon is recognised as one of the best destinations to visit in the UK. From the North of Devon to the South, and everything in between you can discover the quaint seaside villages and explore the charming towns. Take some time to visit some of the best beaches in the UK, indulge in a delicious cream tea and admire at the array of stunning sights this stunning county has to offer – Devon is a real crowd-pleaser.
One of the most famous landmarks in Devon is Dartmoor National Park; a unique place with wild, open moorlands and deep river valleys where you can discover rare wildlife and delve into a rich history. An experience like no other, where you will find Dartmoor ponies roaming freely on its craggy landscape. A picturesque landscape defined by glorious forests, meandering rivers and wetlands. It is like taking a step back in time when exploring Dartmoor National Park; you can discover Valleys with Neolithic tombs, Bronze age stone circles and abandoned famous medieval houses. Dartmoor National Park is an extraordinary place that needs to be on your coach holiday bucket list.
Search Now to Find Your Ideal Holiday
Nearby, just south of Exeter, there are over 600 years of history that can be discovered in one of Devon’s oldest family homes, Powderham Castle. This castle is a marvellous place with centuries of fascinating stories that excite visitors from near and far. Before you visit, take a look at the events, tours and activities they have on offer; book some time out to rest your mind and body, recharge your batteries and raise your vibrational frequency with a yoga class in a 600-year-old magical castle.
From the peaks of Dartmoor to the idyllic villages, Devon is full of natural awe. One of the fascinating landmarks in Devon is Valley of Rocks, a U-shaped dry valley that is parallel to the sea. It is a hotspot with locals and tourists who appreciate the untouched valleys; with feral goats that roam freely, hair raising jagged cliff edges and unusual rock formations and caves, it is an extraordinary destination that appeals to adventurers and explorers.
Whilst in Devon, taste the finest local foods, dive right into the water sport activities, take in the natural beauty that surrounds you, ramble in miles of untouched countryside, browse museums and art galleries, take some time to rest and relax from the stress of everyday life and most of all make some fond memories from your adventures exploring Devon.
Devon Coach Holidays
Find a coach holiday to our resort and explore Devon with us.