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  1. On The Water
    The English Riviera is set around a large horseshoe shaped bay and sheltered by the rolling hills of Dartmoor - both of which provides a warm microclimate, and safe, shallow waters. Our long sandy beaches, secluded coves and crystal clear waters create a mediterrean vibe, and mean that water-based activities are the favourite thing to do for both locals and visitors here in Devon's Beautiful Bay.
  2. Animals & Wildlife
    If you love animals and wildlife then Devon’s English Riviera has a host of attractions just for you. There are lots of places to explore that will create wonderful memories to take home.
  3. Family Days out
    As well as the stunning coastline and beautiful beaches, the English Riviera has endless options for family fun including underground caverns, a magnificent model village, a steam train, a world-class zoo, an historic funicular railway, an 800 year old Abbey, a huge waterpark, a historic pier, Agatha Christie’s famous riverside residence and much more.
  4. Excursions, Day Trips & Tours
    The English Riviera is a designated UNESCO Global Geopark in South Devon. It is one of only eight in the UK and 140 in the world. A geopark is an area of globally recognised unique geological interest with fascinating landscape, coastlines and places.
  5. Explore The Coast
    The South Devon coastline offers an ever-changing feast of sandy beaches, secluded coves, historic viaducts and wooded areas.
  6. History & Heritage
    The beautiful English Riviera has a fascinating history and is a very exciting location for the heritage enthusiast.
  7. Museums & Galleries
    Museum lovers are spoilt for choice when it comes to exploring the history, culture and heritage of the English Riviera. Torre Abbey Museum, Torquay Museum and Brixham Heritage Museum are all excellent attractions and should definitely be included on any holiday itinerary.
  8. Theatres & Shows
    Devon’s English Riviera has a vibrant evening scene with a huge choice of glamorous shows, concerts, plays, musicals, ballets and comedies offering you top West End performances and the best of local am-dram. There are no fewer than five theatres with one in Brixham, one in Paignton, one in Babbacombe and two in Torquay including the Princess Theatre which attracts the very best of the national touring shows.
  9. Top 10 Beaches
    The English Riviera really stands apart from other UK destinations because of the incredible beaches that are on offer. Use this guide to explore our Top 10 Beaches.
  10. Top 10 Ideas for New Visitors
    Visiting the English Riviera for the first time? Take a look at our Top 10 list of ‘not to be missed’ things to do whilst you’re here.

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  1. Torquay is a traditional yet thriving seaside town set on Devon's English Riviera coast
    With its stunning seafront, stylish marina and beautiful beaches meandering the length of this beautiful South Devon town, Torquay is noted for its huge range of year-round activities.
  2. One of the brightest jewels in the English Riviera’s crown, Paignton has a long stretch of beautiful and easily accessible beachfront with a traditional promenade and green. It’s a superb holiday haven for everyone from fun-seeking families to those looking for romantic and activity breaks.
  3. Brixham is a colourful fishing port in Devon on England's South West coast.
    Brixham is a stunningly beautiful harbourside town on South Devon’s beautiful English Riviera. Life here has always centred around the harbour, where heritage trawlers jostle for space with day boats heading out to sea for the day’s catch, bringing it home daily to Brixham’s famous Fish Market.
  4. Babbacombe Cliff Railway, also known as the Babbacombe Cliff Lift, is a funicular railway in the town of Torquay.
    Babbacombe and St Marychurch are popular all-year-round resort towns on South Devon’s glorious English Riviera. A holiday here in the UNESCO accredited English Riviera Global Geopark is filled with all the ingredients for a magical break.
  5. Cockington Court country park is located in the picturesque area of Torquay and is famous for its beautiful countryside walks, gardens and thatched cottages.
    Cockington is a beautiful village close to Torquay in the heart of South Devon’s stunning English Riviera – it’s a delight to visit all year round. Take a walk back in time along Cockington’s narrow lanes, lined with thatched houses and you’ll experience a quiet charm that is quintessentially English.
  6. Kids having fun at Goodrington beach.
    You are just spoilt for choice if you come along to the glorious Goodrington! From picturesque walks, a boating lake, beautiful greens, steam trains and half a mile of beautiful sandy beaches, there is so much to see and do.
  7. Couple enjoying the steam train on the English Riviera
    There's a huge choice of attractions in the Bay including renowned caverns, a model village, a steam train, a zoo, a huge waterpark, Agatha Christie’s famous riverside home and more.
  8. Discover our UNESCO Global Geopark
    Did you know that the English Riviera’s breath-taking landscape has designated UNESCO Global Geopark status, one of only eight in the entire UK and 140 in the world?

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