Spring Holidays in Devon

The Benefits of a Spring Holiday in Devon

Devon is the perfect location if you’re looking for a destination for a spring holiday in the UK. With picturesque landscapes and charming coastal towns, Devon is an ideal place to enjoy the spring weather and the reawakening of nature after winter has passed. A spring holiday in Devon has many benefits, such as the flora’s bloom and the beaches’ tranquillity, making it an excellent place for those searching for a refreshing and relaxing getaway. 

Blossoming Landscapes 

One of the best things about visiting Devon in spring is seeing the transformation of its landscapes. The rolling hills and meadows throughout the region burst into colour as flowers and trees come to life after winter. Depending on when you visit, you can admire bluebells, primroses, and daffodils, to name just a few. 

To admire the spring landscapes to their fullest, be sure to set aside time to explore the scenic trails dotted throughout Devon. Near Ilfracombe, we recommend The Ilfracombe Torrs Loop, Lee and Woolacombe Loop via Bull Head Lighthouse and The Torrs Toposcope. All of these are relatively easy walks that allow you to take in the beauty of North Devon. 

Great Weather 

Spring in Devon brings milder temperatures and better weather, making it an ideal place to spend time outdoors. With average spring temperatures between 10 and 16 degrees Celsius between March and May, Devon is one of the warmest places in the UK. May is also the sunniest month of the year to visit Devon, with almost 200 hours of sunshine to enjoy throughout the month. 

Tranquil Beaches 

Devon has some of the most stunning beaches you’ll find anywhere in the UK, and spring is a great time to enjoy them. Without the crowds attracted to Devon’s beaches in summer, you might have a beach all to yourself if you’re lucky! 

If you’re staying at Ilfracombe Holiday Park, there are several outstanding beaches within close distance. Tunnels Beach, Croyde Beach, and Woolacombe Beach are all fantastic. If you’re looking for dog-friendly beaches, Hele Beach, Lee Bay Beach and Combe Martin Beach are excellent, with plenty of space for your four-legged friend to roam, explore and even swim in the water!

Explore the Towns as They Come Alive for Spring 

Devon’s towns come alive in spring, and visitors can explore charming seaside shops, visit great restaurants for fresh seafood and other local produce and much more. As Devon is quieter in spring than summer, you’ll have more time to explore towns like Ilfracombe and Salcombe and enjoy the peace and tranquillity there. 

If you’re considering a spring break in Devon, Ilfracombe Holiday Park is a beautiful place to stay. It is an excellent gateway for exploring North Devon and all the incredible things it has to offer. 

There are things to do for the whole family at Ilfracombe, with various kids’ activities and exciting events, as well as our on-site restaurant, swimming pool, spa, and soft play for children. We have everything from sea-view studios to three-bedroom villas, so why not browse our different accommodation types to find the perfect one for you? Book Now, and you can relax over the Christmas holidays, knowing you’ve booked your next holiday and that it is just around the corner. 

Devon is waiting for you!

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