Must-Visit Attractions During Devon Holidays
You will never run out of great ideas on where to go, what activities to try, which restaurants to visit and what beaches are perfect for the family, while holidaying in Devon. To make sure that you get the best out of this holiday, stay in one of the luxurious Torquay holiday cottages or Devon holiday cottages. The Torquay and the Devon holiday cottages offer excellent accommodations for families and couples. You do not have to worry if you wish to tag along the pets as there are pet-friendly cottages Torquay holiday cottages and Devon holiday cottages. Free parking space will also be provided for you should you intend to bring your own car.
Both Torquay and Devon holiday cottages will provide you with full access to some of the most amazing attractions in town-historic castles from the medieval period restored during the Victorian era, stunning sandy beaches and restaurants serving authentic delectable Oriental, Mediterranean and local dishes. Here are other tourist spots that you must visit during your holidays in Devon.
While staying in one of the beautiful Devon holiday cottages, tag your whole family for a nice day out along the Paignton Seafront. With a shallow shingle and sand beach, you will surely enjoy swimming and water activities within this area. Pier reaching out into Torbay is also located near the area. It has entertainment facilities and attractions for suitable for the whole family. The Festival Theatre is a popular to place to visit and has been recently transformed into a multiplex cinema. The seafront transforms into a majestic sight especially during night time.
Take the kids out of your Torquay holiday cottages and bring them to Goodrington Sands. Here, they can ride the go-karts or have tons of fun with the bumper boats. Family can also enjoy boating and having picnic along the beautiful beach. Other facilities include the Seashore and Interpretation Centre’s Quaywest Waterpark, which boasts half a mile of water slides twist, turn and splash in the open air.
Whether you want to go on fishing with the little ones at the southern end of Devon, take diving lessons or join Torquay cruise from South Coast Devon to Brixham, The Harbour is where these all happen every single day. Within the harbour, you can just sit, relax and watch yachts as they cruise along the crystal clear emerald water of the sea.
Paignton Zoo Environmental Park
Perhaps, the most children-oriented attraction of all is the Paignton Zoo Environmental Park. Within the zoo, are animals that live in their own habitat. Paignton Zoo Environmental Park is now divided up into 6 major segments: “primley”, savannah, forest, wetland, tropical forest and desert.