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Riviera Line Devon
Kents Cavern Torquay
Paignton Zoo Devon
Paignton Steam Railway
Babbacombe Cliff Railway
Torre Abbey Torquay
Seaside days out for the family are great fun.
Days out trips on the coast to a beach to enjoy sand and sun in summer or eat fish and chips or ice cream by the sea
is entertainment for kids and families with children.
There are many enjoyable seaside tourist attractions in England as seaside tourism in the UK's coastal resorts
is well developed and even rain can mean a great seaside day out on a pier or with a visit to an aquarium
or a day trip to a beautiful British seaside resort.
Day out excursions and boat trips for the kids, children and whole families or a seaside day out drive in the car
enjoying the British countryside, coasts and beaches with nice cafes, castles, sealife, exhibitions, zoos
and other seaside tourist destinations make a British seaside holiday day out a thing to enjoy.
There are also some great seaside days out for teenagers and seaside day trips.
Things to do for a seaside day out might include playing the slot-machines in a seaside amusement arcade or
on a seaside pier, swimming, paddling, rock pools, building sand castles or sandcastles, sea fishing, beach ball games,
coastal walks, beach-combing, visiting sealife exhibitions and similar seaside places to visit for a day trip or
many seaside trips, days out, seaside weekend breaks and seaside holiday things to do.
Seaside days out could be beside the sea and on a sandy beach in july august june or september in summer,
or a coach trip or a car driving day out touring and enjoying the marine life or other seaside places to visit
for a day out beside the sea at high or low tide.
Seaside days out in Dorset Devon Cornwall Wales Hampshire and other coastal towns and counties in UK
are great fun and a good way to enjoy family seaside breaks and the best seaside days out.
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