Devon is one vast holiday paradise, famous for generations for its mild climate, friendly locals and relaxing way of life - perfect for a caravan holiday in Devon.
The north of the county has dramatic coasts and beaches, inland, Dartmoor is one of Britain's last remaining truly wild places, and Devon's main city - Exeter - has a wealth of historic interest. But perhaps the most famous part of the county is known as the English Riviera - and for a very good reason. Between Torquay and Brixham on the south coast, the hours of sunshine, the blue of the sea, the golden sands and the exotic palm trees all have a Mediterranean feel - but a lot closer to home. There are things to do and attractions galore, places to visit, fresh local seafood and produce to enjoy, and a Devon Cream Tea is a must.
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Hoburne Devon Bay touring pitch and caravan park in Goodrington has a host of state-of-the-art facilities: heated indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, steam room and fitness suite. There is also crazy golf and a kids adventure playground ... the list goes on and on. The distinctive Octagon with our Café H along with the Riviera Showbar offers refreshments and top quality entertainment for the whole family in the evenings, and Sammy Seahorse and chums are on hand to keep the children entertained every day.
The epic Salcombe Regatta features family friendly events including mud races, the cross harbour swim, fun-run, rowing races, swimming gala, sandcastle competition, fishing competition, water treasure hunt, land-based treasure hunt, spot the bloomer, crabbing competition, fireworks, Crabbers Race, torchlight procession, children's sports and family fun day, fancy dress parade and air displays. Approx 1 hour away
The world famous British Firework Championship wows visitors from all over the world as the skies light up over Plymouth's spectacular waterfront in August. The Royal Air Force’s world-famous aerobatics team, The Red Arrows, take to the skies for an exciting, heart-pounding air display. Less than 45 mins away
The festival brings a brilliant programme of events, activities and entertainment running throughout September. Whether you take to the water in a kayak, or play pirate on board the Tectona, get up close to our incredible marine wildlife, learn about Plymouth’s fascinating maritime history, watch a film at the open air cinema, or just enjoy the sea air and some locally caught scallops, you’re bound to be impressed. Less than 45 mins away
Now based at Torre Abbey the International Agatha Christie Festival is fast becoming one of the UK’s leading literary festivals. Less than 30 mins away
Join us for a fabulous throwback to the 70's at Hoburne Devon Bay at our 70's music weekend!
16th September - Flairz
17th September - Bootleg Abba
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Tavistock Goose Fair is one of the best known fairs in the West Country and has its ancient origins in the Michelmas fair that first came into being in the early 12th century. No one is sure where the name ‘Goose Fair’ came from but it was probably because of the farmers bringing their Geese to market on that date. The annual event brings in traders from all over the country and many numbers of visitors to the town. Less than 45 mins away
“The park is in a brilliant location with easy access to all the resorts along the coast by car, bus or on foot.”
Pamerob, September 2015, Trip Advisor, Devon Bay Guest