Devon is a county of contrasts, from the sandy surf beaches of North Devon, to the crystal clear waters and pretty coves of South Devon,
with rugged Dartmoor sandwiched in between. Whether you’re finding your sea legs in the sailing mecca of Salcombe, exploring the South West Coast Path with your dog in tow,
or simply enjoying a Devon cream tea, a holiday in Devon is hard to beat.
With the longest stretch of continuous coastline in the country and over 300 beautiful beaches to choose from,
it’s no surprise that Cornwall is such a popular holiday destination. Here, you can explore white-washed fishing villages,
catch a wave on one of the UK’s best surfing beaches, discover the myths and legends of Bodmin Moor,
visit one of the many art galleries and indulge in Cornwall’s flourishing foodie scene.
Dorset is famous for its rolling countryside, pretty, thatched villages and 95 miles of breath-taking World Heritage Jurassic Coast.
Where else can you follow in the footsteps of dinosaurs and search for fossils on the beach, walk along the South West Coast Path to a cosy country pub,
kayak through iconic Durdle Door or live the life of luxury on the exclusive golden peninsula of Sandbanks?
Home to one of the largest unspoilt areas of forest and heathland in the country, free-roaming wildlife and ancient landscapes,
the New Forest is an idyllic place for a holiday, only 90 minutes from London.
Stay in historic villages and explore the great outdoors with walks and cycle rides through ancient woodland,
or relax in the seaside towns and south coast beaches of the Solent.
A holiday in Somerset never fails to leave a lasting impression. From the long sandy beaches of Minehead and Weston-Super-Mare,
to the rugged wilderness of Exmoor, Somerset is filled with beautiful and diverse landscapes. Add to that the Roman city of Bath,
Glastonbury Festival and plenty of Somerset cider, there’s something to suit just about anyone.