South Bay Holiday Park is situated in the beautiful English Riviera in the fishing town of Brixham and is still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK.
Brixham is the typical English harbour town, filled with colour and excitement all year round, making it the ideal place for a UK summer holiday. Our Brixham holiday park is in close proximity to the neighbouring Devon resorts of Paignton Torquay, as well as many other locations on the South Devon coast, it makes a perfect base for exploring the English Riviera.
This picturesque town is also a place where visitors can discover a range of arts and culture, excellent local food and some fantastic attractions. If you like art the town has a range of art galleries that feature local and visit artists, you can also visit the artist’s corner on the Strand to see artists at work.
Being a fishing port, what better place to taste the fresh catch of the day at one of the many seafood restaurants in Brixham or if you are on a self catering holiday with us there is an excellent range of fishmongers, butchers and greengrocers supplying local produce.
Brixham has plenty of marine wildlife, including porpoises and dolphins; you can look out for them by enjoying regular ferry trips to Paignton and Torquay, plus many local fishing trips, sea-safaris or take a ride on a heritage sailing vessel.
If you are staying in one of our dog friendly caravans, this charming town is perfect for your dog with the stunning South West Coast Path where you can walk along cliff tops, through the woods to some spectacular local beaches or you can go all the way along to Torquay.
Brixham is home to some of the most legendary events and festivals, including the country’s biggest Pirate Festival attracting thousands of visitors, BrixFest that celebrates the heritage of Brixham, the annual Trawler Race and many more.
A bustling harbour and Marina which is one of the busiest fishing ports in England. Home to Sir Frances Drake's Golden Hind.
Greenway Ferries & Pleasure Cruises
Boat trips, ferry services, sightseeing cruises and excursions departing from Brixham.Visit Site
An all weather attraction, located on Torquay seafront. There's plenty to see and do: mingle with the playful penguins, get up close to the otters, octopus and seals, and much more.Visit Site
Looking for an exciting day out in Devon? Come in and get close to over two thousand creatures at one of the South West's most exciting visitor attractions.Visit Site
Splashdown Waterpark, is a great day out. There is something for everyone to enjoy - from big kids to little ones - with some of the UK's most exciting flume rides and some of the English Riviera's most spectacular views, right next to Goodrington Beach it's a winning combination!Visit Site
Berry Head Nature Reserve
Standing proud at the southern tip of Tor Bay, Berry Head, with its 60 metre high cliffs has for centuries offered shelter and protection to wildlife. Perfect for a coastal walk with amazing views across the bay.Visit Site
English Riviera Wheel
Soaring high over the beautiful harbour in the heart of the English Riviera at Torquay, the wheel is situated within the famous Pavilion Gardens, enjoying amazing views of the town and harbour.Visit Site
South West Coastal Path
Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational and every day walking it brings stunning new experiences.Visit Site
Dartmouth Steam Railway
Take a steam train along the South Devon Coast, the scenery on this picturesque line is breathtaking.Visit Site
Torquay's Dinosaur World
A fun interactive indoor exhibition that brings the world of dinosaurs to life, with amazing full-size and scale dinosaurs, incredible fossils, and scary dinosaurs to sit on! Are you brave enough?Visit Site
Close to the mouth of Brixham harbour is Breakwater Beach, one of the cleanest beaches on the English Riviera. Not only is it a Blue Flag beach, but it has a Seaside Award and been recommended by the Good Beach Guide. There's disabled access with adjoining parking facilities, meaning everyone can enjoy it.Visit Site
Fishcombe Cove is ideal if you want to escape the crowds. Situated along the coast from Brixham, this small shingle beach is a quiet, peaceful little cove protected on all sides by tall red cliffs. The sheltered cove makes this a safe place for swimming.Visit Site
St Mary's Bay
St Mary's Bay is a delightful secluded sandy beach with interesting rock formations and surrounding cliffs, just off the South West Coast Path. Enjoy panoramic views of the area from the coastal path overlooking the beach. A short walk to Berry Head National Nature Reserve, where you can find toilets and refreshments.Visit Site
Churston Cove is one of the many excellent beaches to be found on the English Riviera, a secluded cove accessed via a long, steep path, this is a real sanctuary of peace and calm. The beach is a mixture of sand and shingle, and is a safe place for the kids to paddle and play. Dogs are also allowed all year round.Visit Site
Sharpham Vineyard and Cheese Dairy
Sharpham Vineyard is set in one of Devon's most magical locations. The beautiful 550 acre estate is set on the bank of the River Dart, with 12,000 vines basking in the sun on the south facing slopes. A range of English red and white wines are produced and a variety of handmade soft cheeses. Sharpham Vineyard offers a range of tours, which include a scenic walk around the vineyard and along the river bank followed by a tasting of a selection of the wines and cheese.Visit Site
This friendly multiple-award-winning cafe is located in Berry Head Nature Reserve, inside a Napoelonic-era fortress. Whether your passion is history, wildlife, walking or relaxing with family and friends in a beautiful place, Berry Head has something for you - even before trying their fabulous food!Visit Site
Brixham's newest seafood restaurant situated overlooking the harbour, serving quality, sustainable seafood in a beautiful, relaxing location. The restaurant, with seating inside & out, has stunning views out over the historic harbour and fish market at Brixham, right on Britain's Seafood Coast.Visit Site
The Cow Shed Brixham
Located in a pretty side street just a few steps from Brixham's beautiful harbour, the recently refurbished Cow Shed is an exciting new bar and restaurant in this South Devon town.The Cow Shed is essentially a bar and grill specialising in exotic steaks, burgers and venison. The extensive menu includes fresh, locally-sourced ingredients wherever possible.Visit Site
Churston Traditional Farm Shop
Multi-award winning Churston Farm Shop has been consistently named one of the best independent food retailers in Devon and we are renowned for selling the very best of regional produce. Supplying premium own reared beef and lamb and locally sourced, affordable, high quality produce. There is also an onsite cafÃ© along with children's play area and garden centre.Visit Site
The New Quay Inn
The New Quay Inn is situated in Brixham's historic quayside area is one of the port's oldest pubs. The building is shown on the earliest maps of Brixham dating back to the 1700's and is grade 2 listed. The restaurant has a fast growing reputation with all our food being home cooked using the best sourced ingredients from local suppliers. The pub prides itself on serving a variety of well-kept local award winning ales which are changed weekly along with traditional ciders and a good choice of wines.Visit Site
Exmoor National Park
Take a journey along our dramatic coast, and then follow the rivers valleys that climb through the wooded combes to the high moorlands. Discover the hidden history that waits to be discovered and the wildlife that thrives in this amazing landscape.Visit Site
Holiday Homes for Sale at South Bay
Sat overlooking the fishing port of Brixham on the sunny South Devon Coast, this beachside holiday park has plenty to do for all the family. A path from the park takes you directly down to the beach.Learn More About Ownership