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On the south coast of #england, just before you reach the famous Cornwall, lies the #idyllic county of Devon, a real jewel. Devon is best known for its #picturesque hills, rugged moorland, picturesque fishing villages and Dartmoor and Exmoor National Parks. 

As one of England's largest counties, Devon has much to offer than cream tea in majestic country houses. The 500 kilometres of coastline with some of the finest sandy beaches in England are perfect for a #familyholiday. Also worth seeing is the Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage site with impressive rock and coastal formations. Here you can spend an eternity walking along rugged cliffs on your #glamping holiday, building castles on miles of sandy beaches or hunting for crabs. Devon is also the county that boasts some of the best surfing beaches in the world. Furthermore you will find the UK's first marine reserve around Lundy Island.

Between the coastlines of the county of Devon, green hilly landscapes stretch out as if from a picture book. If you've always dreamed of a pretty #country house, you'll feel right at home in this wonderful region of Southern England: The county of Devon is particularly popular among connoisseurs for its dignified self-catering ambience. The region is mainly agricultural and has many farms that offer accommodation for rent: ideal for family holidays with children. You will enjoy a #farmholiday in a dreamlike setting, the children will have lots of fun with nature and animals. The tranquillity and cosiness of country life relaxes even the busiest city dweller and makes for unforgettable memories.

Devon lies on ancient rock and was inhabited during the Ice Age. Findings of prehistoric granite led to a period of the Earth Age being named after Devon. The face of its capital, Exeter, where star author Joanne K. Rowling once went to university, is dominated by its medieval churches. There are also many old half-timbered buildings from the Middle Ages, teeming with myths, legends and legends. Exeter is also home to England's oldest park, the Northernhay Gardens.