With the end of the festive season upon us, Devon’s winter markets have opened their doors to a much wider range of customers.
It’s a great opportunity to see what’s new and exciting in Devon as well as the food and drink you can expect from the market.
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It’s also the only area of Devon to be open to tourists.
The Devon Market has been opening since the mid-19th century, and is one of the oldest markets in the country, with the first harvest being in 1692.
Although it is a seasonal market, you can also go out for a traditional Christmas market in the early hours of the morning.
If you have a holiday in Devon, then you’ll want to plan your trip around this market.
There are plenty of places to enjoy Christmas dinner and drink at, with a selection of stalls set up in shops all across the market, including a large number of stalls dedicated to food and drinks.
Christmas markets are typically held on the last Sunday in December, but in some parts of the country this is not always the case.
In some parts, such as Devon, the last weekend of December is a different matter altogether.
This is the day of the holiday and it’s a perfect time to head to a Christmas Market stall.
The main stalls at Devon’s biggest Christmas Market are:The main stall at Devon ‘s biggest Christmas market is a stall dedicated to Christmas food, drinks and cakes.
The Christmas Market is a one-day event and is the largest annual food and wine festival in the UK.
The Market runs from 12:00-14:00 on Christmas Day and closes at 15:00.
Find out more about the Devon Farmers Market