How about a charming and scenic destination for your next vacation? Sounds interesting, right? But you must be thinking where to go. Well, if you are a bit peace lover, like local food and picture-perfect environment, then visit Devon in England which is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the UK.
Here are the five ethnic places to visit while you are spending your holidays in Devon.
The Quirky Totnes
This place has a special identification. Many believe it is the modern Narnia. Although a fairytale imagination, then again why not stretch your mind? The streets are always bustling with the crowd as this a major town for trade and business. You will find streets with shops, lining up. One of the best things of the local people of this region is that they support sustainable living and are more into promoting their domestic products. Tourists planning to explore the area around the Dartmoor must not forget to pay a visit to this wonderful place.
The best way to reach this place is by train as then you can experience the picturesque beauty of the rail route running between Exeter and Newton Abbot.
Lundy Island For Adventure
Devon has something for everyone. The Lundy Island is famous for its rich fauna. The adventure-seekers can explore the wildlife and enjoy the unspoilt natural beauty. The island is rugged and is about 12 miles away from the north coast of Devon. The place is small with just one pub, yet the vibe of this island can take you to a different world that is out of the city life hustle-bustle. If you are a passionate climber, you can try the island’s cliff. Every year many migratory birds flock here between March and June and later between August and November. So this place is paradise for bird watchers.
Twin Lynmouth And Lynton
Towards the northern edge of Exmoor National Park, you will find these two twin towns that are most famous for exploring the quietude of the region, strolling down the riverside area and enjoy little snacks with tea. The Lynmouth harbour has a rugged high cliff that is great for hiking and enjoys the coastal views. To reach the summit there is a water-powered railway. When life wants something peaceful and lovely these two towns can give you the pleasure of serene waterfall, stunning river gorges and awesome woodland.
It is a seaside village and is popular for fishing. You will find lots of local shops of handicrafts, street foods and authentic restaurants. Once you are here you cannot miss the delicious seafood. Another speciality of this area is that this area organises many events and festivals. Be it the Woolacombe beach or the Saunton Sands, you can easily access the nearby areas from Appledore.
Chagford Perfect Walks
This place is mostly visited to explore the region of Dartmoor and the region around the Teign River. You will find lots of local pubs that give authentic food. The two most outstanding place of this area is the Chagford Common and the Fernworthy Reservoir.
Hope this post will give you an idea how you can enjoy fullest of your holidays in Devon and tuck in some of the wonderful memories with you forever.