Devon is situated in the South West of England and is bordered by the shire counties of
Somerset, Dorset and the Duchy County of Cornwall. It is one of England's largest
counties with over 6,700 sq. kilometres of land. As well as a number of designated
Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB), Devon also incorporates the two national
parks of Exmoor and Dartmoor, the coastal towns and seaside resorts of two coastlines,
part of a world heritage site (Jurassic Coast), many picturesque villages with their
thatched cottages and charming inns, the industrial centres and a variety of ancient
history. There is a lot to see, learn and do within the beautiful county of Devon.
Holidays in Devon have been popular for centuries, but these days with transport infrastructures so much more developed, it's also now much more popular for weekend holiday stays, romantic breaks, shopping trips, days out at the beach and so much more. As well as the business travellers extending their visit with a leisure break, every year the area also plays host to thousands of long haul visitors from all over the world. And if you are looking for somewhere to stay, the choice is vast, with so many places to stay in Devon you're sure to find that ideal place to base your trip - from city and country hotels, B&Bs and guest houses, rural self-catering Devon cottages, farmhouses and resort camp-sites. If you are holidaying in the South West of England, UK then a stay in Devon should be at the top of your destination list!
This web site provides information and connections to a large selection of the towns and villages within the Devon County. Information and links within the town sections cover topics such as Devon accommodation, attractions and activities, nightlife and entertainment, travel and transport, property, employment and much more! Photographs of Devon towns and villages are also provided within some of the gallery sections.