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Plan Days Out in Devon, Cornwall & The Southwest with Day Out & Stay Southwest


ISLES OF SCILLY provide stunning white sand beaches, azure waters and a wonderful climate where sub-tropical plants thrive in a truly unique environment. Contact www.islesofscilly-travel.co.uk to get there.

CORNWALL has the famous Eden Project, Land’s End, Crealy Adventure Parks, Flambards, Cardinham Woods, mining heritage, Arthurian, St Perin and many other legends. Cornwall is different, It has soul.

DEVON has mysterious scenic Dartmoor, Exeter and Go Ape. Plymouth has the National Marine Aquarium. Devon has Morwellham Quay and The Tamar Valley, The English Riviera beckons. North Devon has Saunton Sands, RHS Rosemoor, Clovelly, The South West Coast Path Golf Courses, Theme Parks and many more attractions is Glorious Devon.

SOMERSET has the Exmoor National Park, Butlins, West Somerset Railway, Wells, Cheddar Gorge, The Fleet Air Arm Museum, Glastonbury Tor, Taunton cricket ground, Taunton Deane for basket weaving and the Bridgwater Carnival is world famous. There is so much to see, do & visit in Somerset.

BATH & NORTH EAST SOMERSET has incomparable Bath with its Roman Baths and museums. Radstock Museum has mining history of North East Somerset. West of Bath is Chew Valley Lakes, East is the Kennet and Avon Canal. Weston super Mare and Brean Sands are the families choice.

BRISTOL offers The Bristol International Balloon Fiesta and Banksy, SS. Great Britain, Clifton Suspension Bridge, At-Bristol, Blue Reef Aquarium, ARNOLFINI, M Shed, Arnos Vale Cemetery, Bristol Zoo Gardens. A shopping experience is Broadmead, Cabot Circus and The Mall. Restaurants include Raymond Blanc Brasserie. The day entertainment and exciting night life makes Bristol the perfect all seasons choice.

DORSET has the Jurassic Coast, Poole, Bournemouth, Christchurch and much more. Dorset has more Tourist Attractions per hectare than any other county in the South West. Attractions include Tower Park at Poole, Monkey World at Wareham, Weymouth Sea Life Park, Sherbourne Castle, Tolpuddle Martyrs Museum, Abbotsbury Swannery, Go Ape and many more.

WILTSHIRE has Stonehenge and Avebury. Walk the White Horse Trail and the Kennet and Avon Canal towpath, visit Longleat Safari Park or Swindon Steam the largest train museum in the world. Visit Salisbury Cathedral and the Wiltshire Heritage Museum. This county of contrasts will bring you back many times.

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