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Welcome to Beachy Head, the highest chalk sea cliff in Britain. At its height it towers over the English Channel at an impressive one-hundred-and-sixty-two metres. One of the most dramatic spots in Britain, Beachy Head was formed after the last ice age when the rise in sea levels led to the formation of the English Channel, cutting Britain off from...
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Over the past 10 months North Devon has been celebrating the 50th Anniversary of its coastline being an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Visitors to the area and locals alike will be well aware the reasons this area has been given the title. Its stunning coastline, rugged cliffs, sandy beaches, quaint villages and ancient rural farmland are some...
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One of the best things about the Peak District from the perspective of a visitor is that there are no boundaries. I mean, of course there are boundaries, but you can walk onto or off the park from any side of it, on any footpath or road. There are no barriers to pass through, not even any signs to indicate that you are leaving the park. One moment...

Green Tourism in North Devon

Posted by on March 27, 2010
Tourism is a big business in North Devon, but there’s also a movement toward going green that’s taking place there. It’s something to be aware of when you visit the Devon Holiday Parks for your family holidays. Devon hasn’t changed that much, but some of the ways in which it handles tourism and does business have. Since the...
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If you’re coming to Devon to camp or see the wildlife, you’ve definitely made the right choice. There is so much to see in Devon that you don’t have to ever worry about running out of things to enjoy. There are caravan holidays in Devon where you can see all types of wildlife, and if you’re camping Devon, you’ll also...
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