Attractions near Europa Park

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Elliot Gallery (5 Miles)*
Here at the Elliott Gallery is an exciting art exhibition that the more discerning person will not want to miss. It contains one of the largest and most comprehensive exhibitions of quality paintings, sculpture and craftwork in all North Devon.
Old Cornmill & Tearoom (5 Miles)*
The Old Corn Mill, unique in North Devon, is a 16th Century Watermill which can produce 100% wholemeal flour
Chambercombe Manor (5 Miles)*
Set in a secluded valley, the Manor House has much to offer because of its history, situation, age and legends. The House dates from the 11th Century and was mentioned in the Domesday Book.
Watermouth Castle (6 Miles)*
A popular family attraction which includes mechanical music demonstrations, dungeon labyrinths, animated fairytale scenes and much more.
Marwood Hill Gardens (6 Miles)*
At Marwood Hill there are over eighteen acres of landscaped gardens with a large collection of trees, shrubs, herbaceous and alpine plants.
Wildlife & Dinosaur Adventure Park (8 Miles)*
Set in 26 acres of spectacular, sub tropical environment come and walk this unique adventure! Discover wild animals around every corner as you follow winding paths through our amazing hilly woodland carved by tumbling streams.
Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum (9 Miles)*
Nestling in the thickly wooded valley of the River Yeo lies the 1125ha (2700 acre) Arlington Court estate. At its centre stands the intimate and intriguing home of Miss Rosalie Chichester.
North Devon Farm Park (12 Miles)*
Discover a beautiful location which, although it has seen huge changes over the last five hundred years through the farming andmining industries, still remains a haven for wildlife.
Cobbaton Combat Collection (14 Miles)*
The Cobbaton Combat Collection is the result of one man's obsession for collecting militaria from tin hats to tanks, in fact, anything pertaining to the armies of the World and to the civilians who were involved with them.
RHS Garden Rosemoor (16 Miles)*
Rosemoor is now firmly established as a garden of National importance. Since it was gifted to the Society in 1988 by Lady Anne Berry an intensive programme of development has created a 65 acre garden of great variety and interest.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Europa Park

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Woolacombe (< 1 Mile)*
Woolacombe is a traditional small seaside resort in the County of Devon. It is located in the parish of Mortehoe; close to the western perimeter of the Bristol Channel, opposite the Atlantic Ocean.
Croyde (3 Miles)*
Croyde, North Devon, England, is a magical place with superb sandy beaches, the village is steeped in old-world charm, and echoing the feeling of life in Britain in the 30's and 40's, when things were easy going.
Braunton (4 Miles)*
Braunton is situated in north west Devon, midway between Barnstaple and Ilfracombe on the A361.
Ilfracombe (4 Miles)*
The Victorian resort town of Ilfracombe is on the North Devon coast, 11 miles north of Barnstaple.
Instow (8 Miles)*
Instow is a charming village on the north coast of Devon. It is situated on the Torridge estuary opposite Appledore, where the rivers Taw and Torridge merge before emptying into the Bristol Channel.
Appledore (8 Miles)*
The delightful fishing village of Appledore sits at the estuary of the Torridge River, on the north coast of Devon.
Barnstaple (9 Miles)*
Barnstaple is a town of just over 20,000 residents in North Devon. Situated on the banks of the River Taw, it is 34 miles northwest of Exeter.
Shirwell (9 Miles)*
Westward Ho (9 Miles)*
The seaside resort of Westward Ho! is a popular North Devon holiday destination with a long sandy beach. It is the only town in the UK to have an exclamation mark in its name.
Bideford (10 Miles)*
Bideford is a small port town in North Devon, on the banks of the River Torridge
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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