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The Local Area
near Torquay Holiday Park
Torquay Holiday Park is set on a green hillside overlooking the famous seaside resort at the heart of the English Riviera.
With over 22 miles of coastline to explore, including 20 beaches, it is said that the English Riviera has the perfect sand for building sandcastles. So grab your bucket and spade and get digging.
Enjoy a stroll along Torquay's attractive promenade and follow the Agatha Christie Mile, uncovering 12 landmark sites linked to the famous crime-author. If you fancy exploring the local area there are lots of quaint villages and attractions in the region only a short drive from park.
Attractions near Torquay Holiday Park
Not only is there a lot to do on park but there are also a great range of family attractions to try out nearby. We have selected a sample of our favourites that are all within a short distance from Torquay Holiday Park.
1. Crealy Great Adventure Park
From indoor play areas to slides, aerial walkways and mazes - this all weather attraction offers fun for all the family!
5. Kents Cavern
One of the most important Stone Age cave sites in Europe and home to Britain's first humans.
2. Castle Drogo
Set above the Teign Gorge, this castle heeds back to a romantic past, while its design is more modern era.
6. Paignton Zoo
Meet some amazing animals as you visit the desert, explore the forest, cross the Sahara and trek through the tropics.
3. House of Marbles
This working glass and games factory is set in an historic pottery and is free to explore!
7. Woodlands Leisure Park
This all-weather adventure park offers a fabulous day out with exhilarating rides, a zoo-in-a-farm, soft play and more!
4. Pennywell Farm
From animal shows to activities and rides, enjoy a new experience - you can even cuddle a miniature pig.
8. Dartmouth Castle
For over 600 years the picturesque Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary.