Want to embark on the adventure of a lifetime? Our campervan hire Devon service enables you to do exactly that. Pick up your campervan from our Devon depot and enjoy a trip you’ll never forget.
Our fleet of VW campervans includes Clementine, a vibrant orange T2 camper, Skye, an azure blue retro-style van and Sydney, a modern camper for those who prefer a contemporary look. Each van in our collection is maintained to high standards, kitted out with the mod-cons you’ll need for life on the road.
As the M5 comes to an end near Exeter, the South West is only just beginning. Pick up Stanley and the Jurassic Coast is right on the doorstep. With 95 miles of amazing coastline, this is England's first natural World Heritage Site. Many villages are dotted along the coast, including the quaint fishing villages of Beer and Branscombe and the fossil destination of Lyme Regis, giving you more than enough to see.
Alternatively, you can head east to Torquay and Paignton, which are part of the English Riviera. Drop into the beautiful fishing harbour of Brixham or step back in time to the historical and untouched village of Cockington. The West Country's involvement with the sea continues as you get to Plymouth with its naval connections. You could even stop to see the statue of Sir Francis Drake enjoying a famous bowling moment on Plymouth Hoe.
If you're looking for something more energetic, then head up the Atlantic Coast. You’ll find the well-known surfing beaches like Woolacombe and Croyde, along with various other smaller and more intimate coves just waiting to be discovered.
Not everyone wants to get their feet wet, and that’s fine! Right in the centre of Devon is Dartmoor National Park with its tours and villages including Widecombe, Princetown and Chagford. There are nearly 400 square miles of moorland to investigate, giving you plenty of deserted and beautiful locations to take in during your trip. As a National Park, Dartmoor has the iconic Dartmoor ponies and other animals roaming the common land freely.
Why not push on further into Kernow (Cornwall) to find out what all the fuss is about? There are endless places to investigate - one trip won’t be enough! There’s an unrivalled mixture of holiday attractions on offer, so you’ll be spoilt for choice. Some of the popular holiday destinations include The Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and St Michael’s Mount.
You’ll also find fishing villages scattered along either coastline. Enjoy the magic of Falmouth in the south, or the more commercial Padstow and its culinary theme which includes the chef Rick Stein's restaurant. Right on to the end? Then there's Lands End, the most southerly point of the country. Time for a quick photo on the famous John O'Groats signpost!
If sightseeing isn't on the agenda for your break and you're looking to let your hair down, then head to the north Cornwall coast and Newquay is beckoning. Known for its buzzing atmosphere and surfing culture, where better to let off some steam? Hit Fistral Beach and see if you can catch the biggest surf usually seen in the south west. Don’t worry if the weather isn’t on your side - venture to the beach cafes and take in the atmosphere and do some people watching.
Looking for another location for your trip? See our Southampton depot for even more options.