Which country wouldn’t prefer to hold back its own people as tourists that in its turn generate revenue and help boom the home country tourist industry?
Similar is the Devon-Majorca battle as a holiday destination.
Statistics to combat the general view that Majorca has a much happening holiday platter to offer have been provided. Here is a run through.
First things first: pocket pinch for a Devon trip for four is just 500 GBP; Majorca could cost over 2000 GBP for an equivalent holiday.
Devon leaves u stress-free: no-passport requirement and lesser hassles of expensive airport parking and that Majorca comes with. Also, travel time is just over an hour to Devon; Majorca leaves you with a 2 & 3/4th hour on the contrary. This means Devon offers your family a relaxed time with less travel and more time to explore.
Majorca might be tough on heat with a heatwave possibility during July, August and September. Without one too, it stands at a 4 degree higher than Devon.
The Woolacombe Beach at Devon snatched away a 25th position in the world rankings and in UK it stands at the 2nd position. Lundy island, a site of scientific interest, has been voted as Britain’s 10th GREATEST NATURAL WONDER.
Great fins to watch out for, exciting surfing and excellent cream tea make Devon a destination liked by 77% of the tourists who attribute it to a great value-for-money staycation!