6 East Devon Dog Walking Routes
Dogs are a man (& women’s) best friend, many of us plan our holidays around them and dread the look on their faces when the holiday bags are being packed and they get left behind.
To avoid disappointing your pooch Ladram Bay has put together a dog-walking guide. You’ll be enjoying your holiday while your canine counterpart is lapping up the best smells, swimming opportunities and chasing the odd rabbit.
Devon Dog Walks for 2020
Our latest post helps you plan dog walks around your 4 legged friends key requirements, open spaces, water and other dogs. (more…)
Jurassic Coast Ambassadors Visit
A typical day working at Ladram
I was recently set the task of enthralling and inspiring a young work experience student by giving her an insight into my daily life at Ladram Bay Holiday Park.
Bird watching guide
Our latest guide looks at birds to look out for in Devon throughout the year and the ideal locations to find them.
A guide to the Jurassic Coast
Ladram Bay is the perfect location to discover the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. With 95 miles of coastline from East Devon to Dorset, there is plenty to see & do whether you’re an amateur fossil hunter or a prehistoric pro!
Our latest post looks at 3 of our favourite spots along this historic & beautiful coastline. (more…)
5 Attractions in Devon for animal lovers
Devon is blessed with a natural abundance of wildlife, which is testament to its varying scenery and climates. The high moorlands of Dartmoor and Exmoor are prone to cloud snaps while the milder coastal grasslands rarely freeze over. Devon’s sea life is equally as diverse with the coastlines of the choppy Atlantic to the north and the calmer English Channel to the south. (more…)
From shore to moor: a guide to Dartmoor
One of the things that makes Devon such a great place to go on holiday is the county’s diverse landscape.
At Ladram Bay we’re big on beaches but if you’re after a change of scenery, there is nothing quite as unique as Dartmoor National Park. (more…)
A guide to Devon’s farmers markets
There are so many reasons why people flock down to Devon on holiday each year, from surfing, coastline footpaths to moorland walks. Having experienced the best of what Devon has to offer, you’re likely to be slightly jaded and require something to recharge your family’s batteries, which is why we’ve put together a guide of another of Devon’s great attractions, its farmers markets. (more…)