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 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. There is also crazy golf and a children's 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.
Celebrate Halloween this October half-term at Exeter's spooky Underground Passages. Between 22–30 October there will be special 'Witches & Wizards Tours' where children are invited to explore under the city's streets on special guided tours and discover ingredients for magic spells.
Using the ingredients found, the young adventurers are challenged to concoct their own magic spell and enter it into a competition with the opportunity to win one of many fantastic prizes! http://exeter.gov.uk/passages/
Visit Torquay's Dinosaur World during ½ term for a week of scary Halloween fun.
Brave the ghouls and ghosts in the dinosaur graveyard to take part in our Ghastly Graveyard Quiz to help save the dinosaurs - win the Dinosaur Expert Certificate and a FREE 100 million year old fossil.
And from 3.30pm everyday come back for our 'Lights Out Torch Tour' to explore the exhibition in the dark, and listen to the scary ghost story 'A Night in the Dinosaur Graveyard'. Will you be brave enough? http://www.torquaysdinosaurworld.co.uk/
There’s lots to do over October Half Term at Kents Cavern with cave tours, spooky dig and the underground pumpkin hunt.
Activities included in the cave admission price. No booking required. http://www.kents-cavern.co.uk/
Carve a pumpkin, watch a world class entertainer and enjoy the lighter side of life with Jollyween. http://www.pennywellfarm.co.uk/
Join a marine ranger in exploring the incredible marine life that lives in Torbay's rock pools.
Discover daring crabs, wriggly starfish, slimy anemones and speedy prawns in the rockpools at Middlestone.
Suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by an adult. https://www.countryside-trust.org.uk/
Christmas light switch on event, with street entertainment and live music throughout the day. followed by a Father Christmas parade at 5pm from the War Memorial.
Christmas Lights Switch on at St Leonards Clock Tower at 5.30pm with a musical firework finale.
Brixham will celebrate its Christmas Lights Switch on with a ‘Lanterns, Lights and ‘luminations’ parade at The Quay.
Nativity Plays in the barn with all the animals looking on, safe and dry in their winter home.
Visits to Father Christmas and seasonal refreshments complete the Christmas experience. Booking is essential - book here: http://www.pennywellfarm.co.uk/buy-christmas-nativity-tickets
Another fun packed evening is planned for the whole family when live street entertainment will be the theme. Entertainment will include Spangles the Clown performing his circus skills, local musicians playing throughout the evening, children's story telling, traditional carols and The Lost Sound acapella chorus singing folk carols and songs for winter. Santa and his Helper are also pencilled in for a special visit.
There will also be late evening shopping and over 40 street stalls selling a wide range of seasonal goods and food, ideal as gifts or for the Christmas table .
The event will take place between 4.00 – 8.00pm in the heart of Buckfastleigh.
“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