Travel to Devon | Travel to Devon by Train | How to get to Devon

The beautiful scenery of Devon, rewards the traveller with it’s lush greenery and rolling landscapes.

By Road

If you are travelling to Devon from the north, simply pick up the M5 southbound and follow it all the way down to the West Country.

From the south coast, Southampton or the M3 choose the A30/A303.

  • RAC Route Planner – Plan your route, get journey times and print off maps.

By Coach/Bus

By Ferry/Boat

By Train

Train travel is a great way to arrive, as you’ll pass some great scenery, and you’re doing your bit for the environment!

Direct services to Devon are offered at Paddington and Waterloo (London), Bristol, Cardiff and Birmingham.
Travel to Devon by Train

  • Trainline – Route planner with prices and availability.

Flying to Devon

Exeter Airport has excellent links within the UK, with direct connecting flights via Birmingham International Airport to Belfast, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Newcastle and Dublin.

Regular flights from International destinations throughout Europe and North America.

Top things to do in Devon

Kents Cavern Devon

Kents Cavern

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Kents Cavern
Crealy Theme Park and Resort

Crealy Theme Park & Resort

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Crealy Theme Park & Resort
Seaton Jurassic - Devon's Top Attractions

Seaton Jurassic

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Seaton Jurassic
Boat cruising across the water

Stuart Line Cruises

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Stuart Line Cruises

Canonteign Falls

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Canonteign Falls
Lundy Island Aerial shot

Lundy Island

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Lundy Island
Exmoor Zoo Devon

Exmoor Zoo

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Exmoor Zoo
Barbican -Plymouth

Visit Plymouth

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Visit Plymouth