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Holiday Parks in Dawlish

Dawlish Sands Holiday Park
Warren Road
Dawlish Warren

Dawlish
Devon

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Dawlish Sands Holiday Park is superbly located just a short walk from the award wining sandy beach of Dawlish Warren, in Torquay, South Devon. Dawlish Sands offers the best location for those looking to holiday in the West Country.

At Dawlish Sands you can make a splash with all the family whatever the weather in our indoor and outdoor heated leisure pools for hours of fun, or relax on the sun terrace with a refreshing drink and watch the world drift by.

Dawlish Sands reputation for FREE family entertainment and variety is second to none with kids shows, live music, cabaret, live acts, discos, bingo and much more all in one superb venue at The Sundowners Club.

For great days out why not venture into nearby Torquay, which has a sophisticated continental, flavour all of its own. There are theatres and clubs for an excellent nightlife, good restaurants and shops. The historic city of Exeter is only a short journey away, and offers superb attractions, theatres and entertainment for all ages

Dawlish Sands is a fantastic holiday haven for all your fun family breaks.

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