Four reasons to visit Devon and Cornwall this Easter

Posted by admin on March 21, 2016

The daffodils are out, the sun is shining (sometimes) and there are some days when the sea is so blue you could almost believe it’s summer. Yep, Easter is on its way and spring has arrived, making it time to celebrate in true Salcombe style. So here’s what we’re looking forward to over Easter…

 

1) Service on the beach

Something very special happens on the beach at North Sands at dawn on Easter Sunday. At 6am as the sun come up, there’s a church service by the beach that really shouldn’t be missed. With the waves lapping (or crashing) in the background there’s a little magic in the air when the Winking Prawn marquee becomes a ‘church’ for the morning, before hot cross buns and tea are served to make sure you’re warm, toasty and starting the day the right way! There’s never been a better reason to get up early!

VISIT THE WINKING PRAWN

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2) Easter smoothies

Feeling happy, healthy and very much in love with life, the team at Sailor V are experts when it comes to smoothie making. We have a sneaking suspicion that when it comes to Easter, in addition to fruity favourites, there will be a little something naughty but nice to guzzle down alongside all your chocolate eggs… but of course we can’t let you in on that little secret until Easter… well we wouldn’t want to spoil the surprise, would we?

VISIT SAILOR V

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3) Freshly Squeezed

Bringing you an eight-piece symphony of funk, soul, jazz, hip-hop and electronica, Island Street Bar and Grill has live music from Freshly Squeezed on Easter Sunday for those who want to head to Hannaford’s Landing after their Sunday lunch. Pop in, have a cocktail, sit back and enjoy (or maybe get up and dance, whatever floats your boat). It’s gonna be a good’un!

VISIT ISLAND STREET BAR AND GRILL

 

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4) Sunday Roast

Not to toot our own horn, but we have it on very good authority that the Sunday Roast at The Cracking Crab in Polzeath is the best around (well, we heard it on Twitter anyway). Served from midday until 4, we’re talking homemade taste but without the washing up; it’s something we’re becoming kinda famous for, and it’s particularly tasty after a bracing spring surf for those who are up for it. Don’t forget to book though; good news travels fast!

CONTACT THE CRACKING CRAB

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