Looking for a classic seaside holiday? You’ll love South Devon! Our holiday park Devon Bay, on the English Riviera, offers unforgettable views and bags of things to do.
Not only is Devon brimming with great local attractions, there’s always plenty happening right on our doorstep. Discover the secrets of the Seven Seas at Brixham Pirate Festival. Or look to the skies in June for the annual air show in Torbay. Check out our events calendar for more.
From Babbacombe to Brixham, all along the coast you’ll find picturesque harbours, famous fish markets and calm bays. There’s so much to squeeze into one holiday that you’ll already be planning to come back to Hoburne Devon Bay.
Our events calendar tells you what’s happening while you’re here.
Click the links below to view them on the interactive map.
Death in High Heels
A thriller set in 1930s London. Behind the glamour and gossip of a small Regent Street couture fashion house, secrets and lies are rife, and when a murder happens this fuels more gossip and lies!
The Bikers Make a Difference (BMAD) Festival was started in 2002 by a group of bikers who decided to arrange a social event on the beach and raise money for local charities. During the May Bank Holiday weekend each year, Paignton Green is transformed into a thrilling mix of spectacles that will appeal to all ages, whether they have an interest in motorbikes or not.
Since its creation, the festival has grown into a major event attracting locals, visitors and bikers from all across the country. All in the name of charity, the festival features live music, stunts, a beer tent, more stalls than you can shake a Harley Davison at and the stars of the show: the motorbikes.
A swashbuckling mix of piratical fun and entertainment. Lots of pirates, military and period re-enactors with guns and cannons make plenty of noise and lots of music too with shanties and pirate rock. Less than 15 mins away
Our ‘Music for All’ policy means that there are over 100 performances, spanning almost every musical genre, throughout the town. These take place in a variety of lovely venues: pubs, churches, restaurants, in the open – and it’s all FREE to listen to. So join us May
The Torbay Air Show will take place in Paignton with the ground event on Paignton Green. In the same way as other coastal airshows the event will commence on the weekend with entertainment and some evening air displays followed by two days of entertainment within an event village consisting of stalls, music, food and fair rides.
Join us at your favourite Hoburne Holiday Park for Sammy's Birthday Weekend! Packed with fun activities for the whole family, don't miss out on your chance to celebrate with Sammy himself! Click on the park name for the full programme.
17th June - Nick Walton as Olly Murs
18th June - Ballonatic & Shane Richie Jnr Band
17th June - Jimmy Carlo
18th June - Little Chix
19th June - Ashley George
17th June - Abba Rival
18th June - Staying Alive & Gary Setterfield as Elton John
17th June - Elfick the Jester
18th June - Kelly Brazil as Katy Perry
17th June - Little Mix Experience
18th June - The Balloonatic and Nick Walton as Olly Murs
June 25th 2017 will see the 26th running of this very popular seaside event; with demand for places steadily growing, early entry to this event is advised, as we may well be full before race day.
The Torbay Half Marathon route is a traffic free two lap route which starts and finishes on Paignton seafront, taken in the stunning coastal views across Torbay. Starting with one lap of Paignton Green before heading towards Torquay, where the course will pass the historic Torre Abbey and by the Princess Gardens where you will start the return back to Paignton. See Course Map
£450 to first Male & Female finisher, is part of the extensive prize list worth over £3,000 and includes prizes for all age categories from age 17 to 65+ years,there is also an award for the best Fun Costume! All finishers will receive a Goody bag, Souvenir technical T-shirt, and Commemorative medal.
You may be surprised to know that Torbay Carnival has been running for over 100 years.
It was originally held on one night - procession night - but over the years we have grown and now we run over nine days of free entertainment for all the family. We do all this to help raise money for local charities and organisations.
The 2017 Carnival Procession will be held on Wednesday 26th July departing Paignton Green at 7.45 pm. Roads will be closed while the procession is on route.
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
Six day fun for all the family returns to Paignton Green
There'll be fun and entertainment for all the family as Torbay Children's Week returns to Paignton Green.
Now in its 69th year a new group Friends of Torbay Community Play Days has been set up to organise and run the weeks activities with the support of Play Torbay and the Children’s Week organising committee.
There will be a packed programme of performances, workshops and events throughout the week. The majority will be free, however, some have a small charge.
Please visit http://childrensweek.co.uk for up to date information on the events programme.
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
Located in the grounds of Beaulieu, Holiday Park & Homes Show is a special exhibition of next season's ranges of Caravan Holiday-Homes and Lodges from many of the major UK manufacturers.
The show will feature the latest caravan holiday-homes (static caravans) and lodges from nine British manufacturers, with many other exhibitors ranging from holiday parks in the UK and overseas, to decking manufacturers and insurance firms.
For full details please click here.
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 Events Wall is our fun and interactive gallery that will help you plan your perfect holiday.LEARN MORE
“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