There is nothing like heading out into the great outdoors and exploring the beautiful footpaths and walking trails across South Devon.
Our Torbay holiday park is close to some of the best walking in South Devon, with hundreds of coastal paths to explore. Make the most of the range of walking routes right on your doorstep on your stay.
With miles of dog friendly beaches, woodlands and countryside to explore, South Devon is a haven for those with a furry friend. At Brixham Holiday Park we offer a range of pet-friendly holidays, meaning you can bring your dog along on your adventures.
Take the walk from Beesand to Hallsand with your four-legged friend and breath in the dramatic views across coast, countryside and the quaint villages of Beesand and Hallsands. Both beaches are the start and end of the walk are dog friendly so your pup can enjoy the sand between their paws with you!
There are a huge range of walking routes in South Devon, which means that there is something for everyone – that includes little legs and those with push chairs! Children will adore exploring hidden coves uncovering the mysteries that they hold!
Snapes Point in Salcombe offers a straightforward 1.5 mile wander through beautiful countryside. The mainly flat walk is perfect for push chairs and little ones. Take in the extraordinary views across Salcombe and the Kingsbridge Estuary with plenty of beaches along the way.
After exploring South Devon’s wonderful scenery, it won’t be long before you work up an appetite. One of the best things about staying in South Devon is the sumptuous eateries available throughout the region. Whether you’re looking for a quick bit to eat or a filling fish and chips, you can find it all!
The Loddliwell wood circular walk is well known for its peaceful riverside scenery and historical interest. It is also home to the Avon Mill Café where you can grab anything from a quick sandwich to a steamy jacket potato or toasty.
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Walking in South Devon welcomes one and all, whether you’re looking for a Sunday stroll or you’re looking to push your walking ability. There are a number of strenuous walking routes for you to explore to really get the heart rate up!
A hugely rewarding coastal and estuary walk can be found in the village of Kingston. This 5.5 mile route encompasses steep hills and challenging terrain as you make the circular walk along the headland.
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Have you had enough of driving today? No problem. Just a short stroll from our English Riviera holiday park you will find yourself in Brixham Harbour. From here you can take on the family friendly walk to Berry Head. The gentle walk encompasses the nearby lighthouse, an outdoor seawater swimming pool on the seafront and a range of cafes for refreshments.
Book your stay at our holiday park near Torquay to explore all of the wonderful adventures that can be made on foot.