The days are getting longer, the temperature is rising and the sun has woken from its winter slumber. Yes, spring is a wonderful time of year! And, what better way to blow away those cobwebs than with a spring break in Devon at our Torbay holiday park?
Spring is a fantastic time of year to visit Devon. Not only will you beat the queues, avoid the traffic and save on your holiday compared to staying at peak times but there’s also so much to see and do!
There’s no denying it… anytime is a good time to visit Devon (and the South Devon coast in particular!). We’ve got some of the finest coastline, beautiful countryside and top family attractions of any holiday destination in the UK.
Spring is traditionally a quieter time of year, a time when you don’t have to worry too much about the crowds and the queues more association with summer holidays. In spring you can take your time and explore the very best the region has to offer – at your own pace.
Looking for some inspiration? Below you’ll find some of our favourite things to do on a Spring break in Devon…
Brixham Holiday Park is blessed with a great location. Perched right on the coast – just 150 yards from the beach – we’re perfectly placed for you to discover the English Riviera’s best-known destinations.
The popular fishing town of Brixham is just a 10-minute walk away while the vibrant resort of Torquay is a short drive along the coast.
There’s also Paignton (famous for its world-class zoo) and the picturesque town of Dartmouth nearby.
South Devon’s beaches are, quite simply, some of the most spectacular (and the cleanest) in the UK. Whether you want to paddle, bathe or just soak up the sun, you’re sure to find a beach that’s right for you!
From Goodrington Sands and Broadsands to Babbacombe Beach and our own Fishcombe Cove, there’ so many to choose from – some are even dog friendly too!
What better way to immerse yourself in local culture than to head along and sample one of the many local events taking place this Spring? South Devon boasts a bustling events diary and some of our favourites include: