Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel

Dramatic Sea Views wherever you travel

 

Wherever you travel around the North Devon coastline you are treated to dramatic sea views.

The north coast of Devon has both cliffs and sandy shores, and the county's bays host picturesque seaside resorts, fishing towns and villages. Generally hilly, North Devon has a low population density in comparison to many other parts of England.

Devon straddles a peninsula and so has two separate coastlines, on the Bristol Channel and Celtic Sea in the north, and on the English Channel in the south. The South West Coast Path runs along the entire length of both, around 65% of which is named as Heritage Coast, making North Devon ideal for a combination Walking/Camping holiday..

The island of Lundy can be seen off to the west on the horizon most days.

 


Thanks for a great weekend in 5 years of camping the best camp site yet.
Very clean, Shower blocks excellent. Pitches very good

Phil and Jackie Leighton

Every bit as good as it sounds!

I can't imagine anyone coming here and not loving it. The staff seem to take pride in their work and the place is maintained beautifully, so that it feels quaint, intimate and not at all commercial or tacky, but is still incredibly popular, well-equipped and suitable for all.

Where so many campsite shops would overcharge, because they know the demand is there for necessities, everything in this one is honestly priced. It's a small detail which restores your faith in humanity. We were very very impressed and have already been telling all our friends.

Maya