Explore the prettiest towns in Devon
Devon is characterised by its beautiful towns and charming villages. There are a huge number of breath-taking towns and villages close to our holiday park in Devon. Whether it’s stunning sea views, rolling countryside or historic streets you’re look for, you’re sure to find them among the prettiest towns in Devon.
A jewel in South Devon’s crown (if we do say so ourselves). Sidmouth is a stunning coastal town sat in the mix of breath-taking countryside and beautiful beaches. This timeless town is home to beautiful gardens, leisurely walks, rich history and architecture. Not one to be missed on your visit to Devon.
Found tucked in between Seaton and Sidmouth is one of the most picturesque villages on the Jurassic Coast. Branscombe’s sweeping streets run down through the valley towards the sea, lined with colourful cottages with thatched roofs, Branscombe isn’t one to be overlooked. The village is home to a number of historic building and National Trust properties nestled along the little streets.
Close to the gorgeous Northleigh Area of Natural Beauty, nestled along the Jurassic Coast, Beer is just a few miles from the coast of Seaton. Beer’s quant streets make for a picture perfect day out. Most well known for it’s beach which is sat at the base of a tall cliff, excellent for fossil hunting and rock pooling. Look out into the shimmering sea and you will likely see the local fishing fleet heading out for a hard day’s work!
This charming little village can be found on the northeast edge of Dartmoor. Best known for it’s thatched, cobb and moorstone cottages, which line the streets of the village. Dunsford is typically a quiet village creating a relaxing atmosphere, to be enjoyed as you wander through the village. Nearby you can find Dunsford Nature Reserve, perfect for a mid afternoon walk.
If you’re looking for the ultimate picturesque village, you can find it here! Take a stroll back in time through Cockington’s narrow lanes, lined with thatched houses and cobb walls. Explore further though the village to find a water mill, forge and cricket pitch that was once a medieval deer park. The village is thought to be founded 2,500 years ago!
At the heart of the Jurassic Coast, with the South West Coastal Path and Seaton Nature Reserve just a short distance away, Seaton’s beautiful countryside and dramatic coastline is a real joy to explore! Seaton lies just west of the Axe Estuary, one of the most breath-taking, unspoilt parts of East Devon!
When you choose a break at our holiday park in Devon you are just a short drive from a number of the prettiest towns in Devon. With a range of accommodation available, there is something to suit all tastes and budgets at Oakdown Holiday Park.