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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Grange Court, Grange Road,
Hoburne Devon Bay touring pitches 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.
Tea with Oscar Wilde (Tickets now available)
The cost per ticket for this performance is inclusive of tea/coffee and a selection of cakes!
Babbacombe Model Village
Can you find all the hidden eggs - some may be eggstremely hard to find, but it will be eggscellent if you can find them all.
A chocolately treat for all successful young eggsplorers! 1st – 23rd April
Can you follow the chocolate detective trail around the garden and claim you Cadbury Easter Egg prize?
Booking not needed Admission applies @start Event Info panel If the event cancelled the CMS needs to provide a 'nt-palette-cancelled' class.
10:30 - 16:00
Once again the Cadbury Bunny has hidden precious Choccy eggs across Britain. Now it's up to you and your family to find them by Joining the Cadbury Egg Hunt! To make sure you have loads of fun along the way, take a map and follow the clues to point you in the right direction, a delicious treat will be waiting for you at the end.
2nd April-4th April
6th April - Pirate Thursdays are held during the Spring and Summer school holidays where the majority of shenanigans will be held under the Old Fish Market on Brixham harbour side.
Piratical fun for the young and young at heart, engaging with locals and visitors alike. A great opportunity to join in the amusing antics and have a great free day out.
Their naughty deeds include Soak the Pirate as well as Balloon modelling, Puppet Shows, Arts & Crafts Workshops, Fancy Dress competitions, Photo Shoots, Live Music, plus much more …
8th April - Princess Theatre
Come on down to the Solid Silver 60s Show, see the original artists singing their greatest hits and relive some of your fondest memories of an era that will last forever....
A new adaption of the 1941 novel by Christianna Brand, doyenne of British crime writers.
In a small haute couture house in London in the 1930's, there is fierce competition for a job in the new French branch.
One of the candidates meets a sudden end - did she fall of was she pushed, as they say?
Tuesday 25th April is World Penguin Day!
Visit Living Coasts to help us celebrate these amazing birds.
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
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
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
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
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