Attractions near Torquay Holiday Park

This is a list of the attractions near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this campsite.
Babbacombe Model Village (2 Miles)*
Step into a world of miniature marvels!Bring back those magical childhood memories as you explore a quaint and quirky representation of England through five decades at Babbacombe Model Village.
Compton Castle (3 Miles)*
This magical fortified house, one of the few to survive so unaltered, was built at three periods 1340, 1450, 1520 by the Gilbert family.
Newton Abbot Racecourse (4 Miles)*
Newton Abbot Racecourse - the leading summer racecourse in the UK. It is therefore a showcase for the industry and aims to provide quality competitive National Hunt racing to a wide audience.
Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Company (4 Miles)*
Dartmouth Steam Railway and River Boat Company operate a range of services crossing the stunning south Devon countryside and coastline providing the ultimate opportunity to explore this vast area of outstanding natural beauty.
Paignton Zoo (5 Miles)*
With three thousand animals, five different habitats and acres of activities you're in for a great day out at Paignton Zoo in Devon.
Berry Pomeroy Castle (6 Miles)*
This former home of the Pomeroy and Seymour families, in a beautiful woodland setting, is shrouded in sinister folklore and legend.
Dawlish Museum (6 Miles)*
Knowle House was built as a gentleman's residence in 1805. It now houses various collections donated by the people of Dawlish.
Brixham Heritage Museum (7 Miles)*
The Brixham Heritage Museum and History Society was founded in 1958 for the purpose of recording, saving and displaying the heritage of the historic town and fishing port.
Ugbrooke Park (7 Miles)*
A warm welcome awaits you at Ugbrooke Park, home of the Lords Clifford of Chudleigh for three hundred years and the present Clifford family's private home.
Totnes Guildhall (7 Miles)*
In 1206 King John granted a charter to Totnes making it a free town. It could then draw up its own laws. The merchants also obtained permission to set up their own Guild, which by the middle of the 13th century had 120 members.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Torquay Holiday Park

This is a list of the towns near this campsite that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all towns near this campsite.
Torquay (1 Mile)*
Torquay has been a favourite holiday resort for generations, superbly situated in beautiful Torbay, at the heart of the English Riviera in the county of Devon.
Stokeinteignhead (2 Miles)*
This is the thatched village you dream about staying in. Its in a wide valley bottom surrounded by round hills like dumplings of field and wood. It smells of apple orchards and warm grass.
Newton Abbot (3 Miles)*
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor National Park, Newton Abbot is a historic market town situated on the River Lemon.
Bishopsteignton (4 Miles)*
Bishopsteignton is a large village of about 2500 people in South Devon overlooking the beautiful Teign Estuary. The land in the parish rises from near sea level to almost 250 metres at Haldon Hill, so the views are spectacular.
Paignton (4 Miles)*
Paignton is located at Torbay on the on the south coast of Devon<. With good rail links to London and a sunny climate, it is a popular destination for holidaymakers for weekend breaks and bucket and spade type family holidays.
Teignmouth (5 Miles)*
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Berry Pomeroy (6 Miles)*
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Totnes (6 Miles)*
Churston Ferrers (6 Miles)*
Stoke Gabriel (7 Miles)*
The delightfully named village of Stoke Gabriel is in one of the most unspoilt parts of South Devon. It is situated on the banks of a small creek which is a tributary of the River Dart.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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