Here, palm-lined seafronts meet colourful huts and traditional seaside fare.
There’s also something here to suit all tastes (provided you like fish!): from Paignton Zoo and The Seashore Centre to Brixham Fish Market. The latter is world-famous, and where many of the nation’s best chefs source their seafood. In-between, you’ll find Splashdown Quaywest (a waterpark on the Tor Bay), Paignton Pier, Dartmouth Steam Railway and England’s longest national trail (a whopping 630 miles long!).
One of the most convenient ways to explore this part of Devon is from the comfort of a caravan park. Not sure where to stay? Use our search tool to find the best caravan parks in Paignton.
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Luxury living at Blyton Ponds
We’re taking a tour of residential parks across the country where Willerby Bespoke owners can embrace a life of luxury. This month, we’re featuring Blyton Ponds, in Lincolnshire, a completely new park set to open in early 2023.
Willerby cuts energy bills for holiday home owners and parks with new sustainability standard
Holiday homes market leader Willerby is introducing a new, ground-breaking standard specification for its models to cut their carbon emissions, make them more energy efficient and cheaper to run.