Here at Easicampervanhire.com we believe in forward planning so here is a suggestion for this year’s summer holiday plans.

From stunning coastline and award-winning beaches to a wealth of visitor attractions, the English Riviera has all the ingredients for a fabulous holiday, any time of year.

Torquay offers nostalgic Devon holidays with a contemporary twist. Fringed by palm trees and boasting a number of award-winning and dog friendly beaches, Torquay has all the necessary ingredients for a traditional beach holiday for all the family. If you want something a little out of the ordinary, then why not experience the English Riviera Geopark.

The Geopark formed over a staggering 400 million years? This stretch of stunning coastline is recognised by UNESCO as a Global Geopark, and here you can not only get to grips with a unique environment, but also enjoy a host of unusual sporting events that have everything from gentle challenges for beginners to greater hurdles for the more hardcore contingent. There’s great value packages to try, such as Mussels by Moonlight, Coasteering, Canoeing the Coves and you can even ‘Catch and Cook’ your own dinner! You’ll be taken out sea fishing to catch mackerel in the waters of Tor Bay and then cook it up into a feast at Occumbe Farm.

Alternatively, you could take a trip to Babbacombe Bay. If you want beautiful vistas and stunning panoramas, Babbacombe Bay has the highest cliff-top promenade in England, offering stunning views of South Devon. But if you’d rather immerse yourself in what the coastline has to offer, you can learn to scuba dive or just keep an eye out for the seals and dolphins that are frequent visitors to these shores.

Nearby Paignton is famous for its zoo, but there are other things to be enjoyed by all the family. With a number of safe and award-winning beaches in the area, kids can enjoy the educational and fascinating aspects of rock-pooling and crabbing. There’s even a Seashore Centre on Goodrington Sands for those who want to learn a bit more about what they’ve caught. If it’s a nautical experience you’re after, then head to the harbour town of Brixham and see the life-size replica of the Golden Hind or stroll along the breathtaking Berry Head peninsula.

So if The English Riviera sounds like your kind of break then why not call one of our team who will answer any questions or queries you may have, you can contact us at Easicampervanhire.com or call us on 08006889869.

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