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A rural and in parts ruggedly beautiful place, Devon is one of England’s most spectacular counties. There are two coastlines, three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty, two National Parks, one UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest open space in Southern England. There is also a rich heritage of fine food, from cheese and pasties to wine and gin, whether you’re sitting in a rustic pub, tearoom or a 5* Michelin restaurant, there is much to enjoy. But perhaps Devon’s best loved aspect is the great outdoors, with a warmer climate and more roads than any other county (strange but true), there is much waiting to be explored.
Population – 532,272 (2011 You.Gov census)
Area – 6,707 km²
Schools – Latest Ofsted reports – here.
With 2,500 animals spread over 80 acres, this conservation zoo is part of the worldwide network helping to breed rare and endangered species. A top day out for all ages.
A day of fun for the family with a uniquely Devonian twist. Feed animals, soft play areas, duck racing, rides, museum, maze, there’s even a ninja warrior course if you’re feeling daring.
Devon has many exhilarating watersports for newbies to experience; stand up paddle-boarding, coasteering, sea kayaking, sailing, deep sea fishing, powerboats and more.
Learn the history, enjoy samples and learn how to make a drop of the old ‘mother’s ruin’. A great day where you can take your own gin home with you (plus there’s a cocktail bar!!).
Explore the history of Devon through its many museums;
You can get informed about Devon past and present through a variety of websites including;