Fuengirola, Espana (PressExposure) July 22, 2011 -- Many people in Europe travel in the country and find some fantastic places and a survey showed that most recommend the vacations in Devon and Cornwall as being the most enjoyable days they have spent on holiday.
These two counties in the South West of England although both beautiful are very different, with Devon being rocky with a terrain full of hills, and some as high as 1500 feet above sea level, in the valleys acres of crops grow in fertile soil a sight to behold. The high cliffs above the sandy beaches call out loudly of its history, and one can sit and imagine ships from foreign ports sailing silently by.
Cornwall on the other hand is bursting with hundreds of activities, old inns and thatched cottages in beautiful little villages, furthermore this area has the mildest climate in the UK, and spring comes early and there is a late autumn, and for those who really enjoy the outdoors there is plenty of camping in Cornwall.
This area of England is perfect to visit with the children, there is much history and many out of the ordinary things to do and see, and camping is a favorite pastime enjoyed by thousands of people each year, and many people return to the same places with friends and family to re-experience the fun from previous seasons.
There are many destinations to consider, and each offering something different and a unique experience, but Cornwall seems to be one of the most popular places to go camping in the UK, and it is not hard to see why, stunning coastline, rolling hills, picturesque fishing villages and a sense of really getting away from it all.
Cornwall activities focuses around the sea and beaches offering surfing, sailing and fishing, having said that, other activities such as horse riding, cycling, mountain biking and walking are all there for the taking.
On the other hand camping in Devon gives the tourist incredible access to so many different landscapes and activities, the beauty of Dartmoor and Exmoor to the beaches and coastline of North and South Devon, not forgetting cream teas and pasties, to name but a few.
Both these counties are favourites with holiday makers far and wide, and self catering is proving to be a popular choice, and a campsite Devon or a holiday park Cornwall will give this opportunity for families to do some quality bonding and enjoy the facilities that these sites have to offer.
A spokesman for Wooda Farm Holiday Park Cornwall on the border with Devon said "of course our location is a perfect base to tour both Devon and Cornwall, our holiday park is in Bude North Cornwall just on the border with Devon, so those wanting to see as much as possible while on holiday can either camp with tent or motor home on our park, or rent a luxury static holiday home, we pride ourselves on having tip top facilities and plenty of activities for singles or families alike".
This year holiday in a location that will give you easy access to both Counties and it would seem Wooda Farm holiday Park is just that place.
For further information visit: [http://www.wooda.co.uk] or you can check them out on Facebook to see what other campers have enjoyed during their recent visits, or follow them on Twitter.