Discover the beauty and breathtaking scenery of the South West by exploring Devon and Cornwall, all within easy reach of our Bude location at Wooda Farm Holiday Park.
Here at Wooda we are very lucky to be situated in easy driving distance of Devon, as well as our home county of Cornwall. Whether you want to explore and experience the Cornish coast, or see what delights Devon has to offer, we have the best of both worlds.
Loyalty demands that when writing about exploring Devon and Cornwall we always start with St. Pirans county! If you’ve ever visited Cornwall, you’ll know there are endless possibilites for days out and a plethora of coves, beaches, harbours and moors to explore. From the idyllic south coast to the famous rugged beachs of the north coast. Explore the Eden Project, eat some fish and chips in Padstow, get an ice cream in Newquay, discover the Lost Gardens of Heligan, visit King Arthur’s castle in Tintagel, ramble around the moors or stay here in Bude and make the most of our immediate surroundings.
Bude is located just a stone’s throw from the Cornwall Devon border, making it the perfect place to explore either county. Travelling up the coast you will find countless beauty spots in Devon, including the fishing village of Clovelly, the golden beaches of Croyde, Woollacoombe and Saunton Sands and the heritage coast of Hartland!
Don’t Forget To Pack The Beach Essentials
Beach Bag – for us, this is normally more like a small suitcase but our top tip is to make sure it is waterproof and has lots of pockets for keeping keys, phones and wallets dry and safe.
Sunscreen – an obvious one but even when it looks & feels like the sun isn’t shining, it can often be deceptive in Cornwall so to avoid sun damage cover yourself, the kids and the dog just to be on the safe side. And you can always pick up some extra from our onsite shop.
Beach Towel or Mat – essential for any beach trip unless you like lying on the sand.
Sunglasses – on sunny days, the harmful UV rays are reflected by the sea so polaroid sunnies are recommended to protect your eyes from damage.
Flip – Flops – the best footwear for the beach. Turn them over on hot days so they don’t burn your feet when you put them on.
Staying Safe At The Beach
Please be sure to follow the rules when you’re at the beach to make sure you stay safe. Always make sure you swim between the red and yellow flags, and always on a lifeguarded beach. Never take inflatables into the sea, and always check the tide times. Enjoy the sea, but be aware it can be a dangerous place!
Please be sure to follow the rules when you’re at the beach to make sure you stay safe. Always make sure you swim between the red and yellow flags, and always on a lifeguarded beach. Never take inflatables into the sea, and always check the tide times. Enjoy the sea, but be aware it can be a dangerous place.
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