Best places to visit in Devon near Crealy

14th Jan 2022

Looking to plan a short break in the UK in 2022? With beautiful beaches, quaint seaside towns and picturesque walks, look no further than the beautiful county of Devon.

Crealy Theme Park & Resort is conveniently located in the hub of some of Devon's most popular hotspots and must-see destinations. Keep reading for our top locations just a short distance away from our award-winning Resort. 

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The English Riveria

Just 35 minutes away from our Resort lies the beautiful South Devon coastline consisting of Torquay, Babbacome, Cockington, Paignton, Goodrington and Brixham - collectively known as the English Riveria.  Well known for it's stand out UK beaches and 22 miles of South West coastal path surrounded by green rolling hills, the English Riveria is a must-see destination for people visiting Devon. 

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Exeter Cathedral

Devon's Capital City: Exeter

From high street shopping to watersports, gothic artichitecture to local eateries - there is so much to explore in Devon's captial city of Exeter. A must-see is the Anglican Exeter Cathedral, rich in ancient history and stunning architecture dating back to 1050. Take a step into the past as you explore the maginificant halls and hand-carved rooms of this historic building.

Another gem hidden in the heart of Exeter is the picturesque quayside, home to multi-award winning eateries, waterside shops, pubs and activites for the whole family including water sports and boat trips. From day to night, couples to families - there's something for all to explore in the city of Exeter.

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North Devon Beaches

If you're all about long sandy beach walks, exploring rock pools with the children and catching a wave on your surfboard, then North Devon is the place for you. North Devon is home to some of the county's most beautiful, award-winning beaches that are renound for good surfing and water sports. Many places nearby offer equipment and board hire, so whether you're a novice or experience watersport pro - everyone can get involved! 

Top 3 surf spots on the North Devon coast; SauntonCroyde and Putsborough.

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Dartmoor Pony

Dartmoor National Park

Ghostly myths & legends, river valleys, vast moorland and rare wildlife are just some of the things that make Dartmoor renound in the county of Devon. With so much to explore, it's time to get your walking boots out and hike across the moors, where the stunning views will make any muscle aches worth it. Dartmoor has been an inspiration for famous writes such as Agatha Cristie and J.K Rowling and will always hold a unique air of mystery, even to locals.

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Jurassic Coast

The Jurassic Coast

Spanning 95 miles from East Devon to Dorset, The Jurrasic Coast is England's only natural World Heritage site, recognised for it's outstanding value of rocks, fossils and landforms. Along the 95 mile stretch, lies some of the county's most iconic towns, villages and seaside towns.

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