Devon Christmas Markets – my favourite top choices

It is that time of year again, Christmas is looming and will be upon us before we know.  Have you purchased all your gifts yet?  Or do you need to get that last little present?  There are lots of great places in Devon to search for something different.  But I love to visit the Christmas Markets.  Here are my favourite top ones to choose from!

Totnes – one of my most favourite places of all times.  A vibrant and exciting town with over 30 individual and unique stalls to choose from. You will surely find something new and interesting here to add to your pile of presents.

Plymouth – my home town, it needs to be up in the top 3!  Visit Armada Way to find hundreds of ideas for gifts.  Enjoy the warm atmosphere of local, friendly faces and lovely wooden huts.After an afternoon of shopping, unwind with a glass of mulled wine in the heated seating area of the Bavarian style bar. Choirs will be singing classic Christmas songs every Thursday to Sunday every week during the markets.

Exeter Cathedral Green – the cathedral is adorned with twinkling lights and pretty Christmas decorations and local independent businesses will show off their produce.

Kingsbridge – wonder to the quay where there will be a farmer’s market with locally grown food alongside live music to enjoy. There is also a craft fair where shoppers will have the opportunity to talk to local tradesman and purchase homemade crafts.

Where do you love to shop at Christmas? I would love to hear what you think, tell us your experience by posting your comments below. Why don’t you share this with your friends and family by clicking the Facebook icon or following us on Twitter?

About the Author: Carole Langman works behind the scenes at Bowerland Cottage Holidays and Devon Dogs as the Business Manager. Her office is always a hive of activity, and with the vast amounts of work Carole has, we never really know how she gets through it all! To unwind, she loves gardening, hikes around Bowerland, travelling and writing.

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