There are lots of great attractions near Devon Cliffs, all within driving distance.
Paignton Zoo has 2500 animals across 80 acres, one of the South West's most exciting visitor attractions.
The Donkey Sanctuary is a working farm and is home to donkeys, mules and ponies large and small.
What a brilliant caravan park. Lots to do. Swimming, shooting, archery amongst lots of other things. Park is clean and tidy and surprisingly quiet for how big it is. Lots to do in the evenings with arcades, bingo and shows every night. Lots of different places to eat. Beaches were clean, only downside was there were lots of dogs running free on the beach even though it states they shouldn't be on there until after 30th September. The only downside to the park was the lack of signal. Couldn't get any signal at all unless I was at the clubhouse and signed into their guest WiFi.
I have only ever heard good reviews and it generally lived up to expectation.
Our caravan was basic but perfectly adequate and had a sea view.
The public areas were all clean and food we ordered very nice.
I marked it down a star as our toilet seat had a crack across the side of the seat. We had to report this several times to get it fixed. My husband and I also cut our leg on it. I would have expected whoever cleaned this to have reported it.
We used the shop which was competitively priced.
We would visit again as we did have a really enjoyable visit.
Have been going to Devon Cliffs for 30 years, wonderful place to stay, all my children have been every year and loved it . Many places to visit in Devon not far away . Children are well catered for here in everything .
Beautiful place have been coming for years. Haven slightly pricey now but great family holiday experience overall and great memories made here. Area nice and quiet practically In the middle of nowhere