Static caravan holidays are a great way for families to take holidays together and are often a cheaper alternative to hotels. A well fitted out luxury caravan really can be a home from home and make a great base from which to explore your chosen area. Speaking of areas Devon remains a favourite with many people and with good reason - with miles and miles of beautiful countryside, beaches and rocky coasts to explore - not to mention attractions, many historical interest points and generally the best weather in the British Isles.
Torquay is found in an area known as the English Riviera and has been a UK favourite ever since Victorian times. However, that isn`t to say the town is stuck in that Victorian past rather a great blend of modern convenience and respect to its history. There are 22 miles of coastline with 19 beaches, impressive cliffs, secluded coves and peaceful walks to explore.
There are many attractions in and around Torquay including the Babbacombe model village a meticulously laid out and lavishly detailed tiny replica village sure to be a hit with children and adults alike. Kents Cave is a spectacular natural cave, which is a short walk away from Meadfoot beach, records show that people have been investigating the caves since 1571, however archaeological evidence suggest both people and animals have been exploring the caves for many thousands of years.
Torquay is also famous for its ghostly sightings and there are a variety of haunted places to try and spot a spectre or two. Churston Court inn is said to be haunted by the ghost of a monk and Berry Pomeroy Castle is home to a white lady and a tragic story of a murdered baby, which can still be heard to cry and a distraught and guilty mother who can be seen looking drawn and wringing her hands.
Exeter is the principal city of Devon and is the county`s central base for commerce, education, religion, medicine and culture. It is here you can find the magnificent Exeter Cathedral, a beautiful building, which dominates the skyline and dates back to Norman times. Other places of historical interest to see are the Northernhay Gardens, which are thought to be the first public gardens built in the area and Rougemont Gardens, which are joined to Northernhay and were once a castle moat. Exeter Rougemont Castle stands above these two and was built by William the Conquerer in 1068.
There are plenty of events going on in the area every month of the year. Particular highlight include the Exeter Fringe Festival in June, Exeter Craft Festival in July, Beautiful Days, which is a camping and family festival in August and the Milling and Activities Day at the Cricklepit Mill. If you prefer not to take your own car then you could always arrange a cheap car rental to transport you around your chosen vanues. Throughout the year there is a regular monthly Farmers Market and a huge Car Boot sale to wander around too.
Both Torquay and Exeter have cinemas, theatres and clubs for those looking for a bit of nightlife. Shops and stalls, galleries and markets to explore and a cafe, restaurant, bar or pub to suit everyone`s taste.
Stanbury Wharf Holiday Cottages, Holsworthy
Ladram Bay Holiday Park, Exmouth
Andrewshayes Caravan Park, Axminster
Ashburton Caravan Park, Ashburton
Beachside Holiday Park (Ilfracombe), Ilfracombe
Beachside Holiday Park (Westward), Westward Ho!
Bideford Bay Holiday Park, Bideford
Bolberry House Farm Caravan Park, Salcombe
Bovisand Lodge Estate, Plymouth
Castle Brake, Exeter
Challaborough Bay Holiday Park, Bigbury on Sea
Channel View Caravan Park, Lynton
Chivenor Caravan Park, Barnstaple
Cofton Country Holiday Park, Dawlish
Combe Martin Beach Holiday Park, Combe Martin
Dawlish Sands Holiday Park, Dawlish Warren
Devon Cliffs Holiday Park, Exmouth
Finlake Holiday Park, Chudleigh
Forest Glade Holiday Park, Cullompton
Galmpton Touring Park, Paignton
Golden Coast Holiday Village, Woolacombe
Golden Sands Holiday Park Devon, Dawlish
Harford Bridge Holiday Park, Tavistock
Hedley Wood Caravan and Camping Park, Holsworthy
Hele Valley Holiday Park, Ilfracombe
Higher Longford Caravan Park, Tavistock
Hoburne Torbay, Goodrington
Holmans Wood Holiday Park, Chudleigh
Hunters Moon Country Estate, Hawkchurch
Ilfracombe Holiday Park, Ilfracombe
Karrageen Camping and Caravan Park, Kingsbridge
Lady's Mile Touring and Camping Park, Dawlish
Landscove Holiday Park, Brixham
Langstone Manor Holiday Park, Tavistock
Lemonford Caravan Park, Newton Abbot
Mullacott Cross Caravan Park, Ilfracombe
North Morte Farm Caravan and Camping Park, Mortehoe
Oakdown Touring and Holiday Home Park, Sidmouth
Olditch Camping and Caravan Park, Okehampton
Parkers Farm Holiday Park, Ashburton
Peppermint Park, Dawlish Warren
Putsborough Sands Caravan Park, Putsborough
Riviera Bay Holiday Park, Brixham
Romansleigh Holiday Park, South Molton
Ruda Holiday Park, Croyde Bay
Salcombe Regis Camping and Caravan Park, Sidmouth
Sandaway Beach Holiday Park, Combe Martin
Sea View Campsite, Dartmouth
Smytham Manor Lodges, Great Torrington
South Bay Holiday Park, Brixham
Start Bay Caravan Park, Dartmouth
Stowford Farm Meadows, Berry Down
Sunny Lyn Caravan and Camping Park, Lynton
Surf Bay Holiday Park, Westward Ho!
Tarka Holiday Park, Barnstaple
Torquay Holiday Park, Torquay
Twelve Oaks Farm Caravan Park, Newton Abbot
Twitchen Parc, Morthoe
Waterside Holiday Park Devon, Paignton
Welcome Family Holiday Park, Dawlish Warren
Westward Ho! Beach Holiday Park, Westward Ho!
Whitehill Country Park, Paignton
Widdicombe Farm Caravan Park, Torquay
Woodovis Caravan and Camping Park, Tavistock
Woolacombe Bay Holiday Park, Woolacombe
Woolacombe Sands Holiday Park, Woolacombe