Top 10 reasons to visit North Devon in Spring

Hey Foxy Gang! We are super excited to see the sun shining over our North Devon caravan parks this week, the daffodil's are out and it looks like Spring is finally here! If the weather is warm and you're on holiday at our North Devon holiday parks you are going to be spoilt for choice with things to do in the area. 

I have made a list of my top 10 reasons to visit North Devon this spring: 

  • Hockings Ice Cream - Long established family business manufacture and retail their own original vanilla dairy ice cream from an old recipe handed down from previous generations.
  • Barricane Beach Cafe - Bring a blanket and a bottle of wine to watch the sun go down whilst you enjoy a legendary Sri Lankan curry at Barricane Beach Cafe. 
  • New born lambs at The Big Sheep - Visit the all- weather family attraction, enjoy the rides, visit the newborn lambs and get hands on in the daily live shows. 
  • South West Coast Path - Head to any beach in North Devon, turn left or right and you'll be on the SW Coast Path. With 630 miles of path to explore you will not be short of routes or scenery. 
  • Devon Cream Tea - There are variations between Devon and Cornwall as to how a cream tea should be eaten. You will be able to make your own decision with a huge variety of delicious cafes and tea rooms in North Devon. 
  • Exmoor National Park - Easily accessible from a variety of North Devon towns, high coastal cliffs, soft green valleys and fresh cold rivers all abound in a small area and are waiting to be discovered.
  • Blue Flag Beaches - The Blue Flag award is an internationally recognised standard reflecting not only the water quality of the beach but also the range of facilities offered. North Devon beaches are some of the largest, unspoilt and memorable in the UK. 
  • Clovelly Discover North Devon’s unique cobbled fishing village, with dramatic views across Bideford Bay, picturesque historic houses and a traditional fishing harbour. Clovelly is a true North Devon gem. 
  • Lundy Island - Whether you live in, or are just visiting North Devon, a day trip to Lundy makes for an unforgettable experience. Although only three miles in length, and half-a-mile wide, the Island offers an amazingly diverse range of things to do for day-trippers including an array of wildlife and historical buildings and monuments. 
  • Fish & chips - You can't take a trip to the Devon coast without sampling some of the award winning fish and chips restaurants in the local area

We have two beautiful holiday parks in North Devon, Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park and Sandaway Beach Holiday Park. Both North Devon campsites boast stunning sea views above the seaside village of Combe Martin. 

At Combe Martin Beach we offer a fantastic range of accommodation including caravans, chalets and manor house apartments. Sitting on a cliff's edge is Sandaway Beach Holiday Park where you will have a great choice of accommodation including caravans, chalets, apartments, camping and glamping. 

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