1. Destination: Short description of the region - Why is this region worth seeing?
North Devon in the South West of England is a stunning coastal region, that boasts a combination of dramatic moorland, rural villages and well known surfing beaches.
2. Travel time (winter, spring, summer, autumn //“Month”)
North Devon is a well visited location all year round, but in the Spring & Summer the region comes to life, combining the beauty of rural nature and crashing waves.
3. Local specialty / Food & Drink from that destination that should be tasted when visiting?
You definitely can’t visit North Devon and not try a traditional Devon Cream Tea. The question is; is it cream first or jam first?!
North Devon is home to the South West Coast Path, a trail that spans over 600 miles of coastal footpaths through Devon, Cornwall & Somerset. The region is also known for the Exmoor National Park, a beautiful national park of forests, rivers and coast line. The Valley of Rocks offers unrivalled dramatic walks, with views over to Wales on a clear day and then there is a host of well known surfing beaches such as Woolacombe, Croyde and Saunton Sands.