Learn English in Devon, the perfect place for coasteering

Learn English in Devon, the perfect place for coasteering

If you enjoy sports and adventure, the English county of Devon is a great place for you to learn English and have fun. The county of Devon is only a little over 3 hours from London, Devon is the fourth largest of English counties. It is a typically English location where traditional British activities are available like drinking afternoon English tea or going on historical tours. Devon also hosts all kinds of events such as music, art or literature festivals throughout the year.

Learn English in Devon - coast

Although Devon is an incredible place of peace and quiet, the region’s largest cities offer good music and a busy nightlife.

A great place for adventure sports

In sunny Devon, you can take surfing lessons, camp outdoors, go sailing or fishing and explore many other sports. Well known in the region is the sport coasteering…

The entire central region of Devon is occupied by the largest area of ​​rocks in the South East of England, which makes the region ideal to practice coasteering. It involves exploring the rocky coast on foot or by swimming, without the help of boats, surfboards or other vessels. You have to cross both rocky and aquatic areas, using a variety of techniques including climbing, swimming and water jumping. SO much fun and becoming more and more popular in the UK.

Learn English in Devon - coasteering

Some coasteering courses may also include more technical activities such as rappelling and using zip lines.

If you’d like to learn English in Devon, check out ECT Language School. This school offers English language courses for both adults and young learners. It is located in Newton Abbot, known as the ‘gateway to Moor and Sea’ because it is so close to the stunning Dartmoor National Park and also the famous coastal resort of Torquay.

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