Moorparks Holiday Cottages, Devon
Holiday accommodation in North Devon

What to do in North Devon

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Map of North Devon

North, South, East and West, whichever you choose Devon is the best! In total, the county of Devonshire is located in the south west of England and covers an area of 2,590 square miles and has a population of around 1.1 million people. North Devon borders with Cornwall to the west, much of it following the River Tamar. North Devon’s border on the East is with Somerset.
With the North’s coastline of Beaches, sand dunes, rocky coves and tunnels and sitting between Exmoor and Dartmoor this makes it a fantastic place to explore.
Travel into the area is usually via the M5 and then A361 or A386. Trains from the rest of the UK come into Exeter and branch off. Exeter also has the nearest Airport. North Devon covers an area of just over 400 Square miles with a population of nearly 100,000 people. Obviously, during the summer holidays and peak seasons the population is around four times more. North Devon’s coast faces the Altantic ocean and the Bristol Channel.The Coastline of the north is popular for its traditional fishing villages and harbour towns such as Clovelly and Appledore.
North Devon also has some of the best known beaches and tourist resorts such as Westward Ho!, Woolacombe and Ilfracombe. With Need somewhere to stay ? Check out our Holiday Cottages.

The main towns of North Devon are: Barnstaple, Bideford,Braunton, Fremmington, Ilfracombe, Instow, South Molton, Lynton and Lynmouth.
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