Buying Tickets to Paignton
Off-peak day return. Valid after the morning peak, and anytime weekends or Bank Holidays.
Paignton is nestled between Torquay and Brixham on the English Riviera, and boasts award-winning sandy beaches, a Victorian pier and a must-visit zoo.
There’s lots to do in Paignton for all the family:
Take on some of the UK’s most exciting flume rides. While you’re at it, enjoy some of the English Riviera’s best views, with the waterpark next to Goodrington Beach.
Website | Goodrington Sands, Tanners Road, TQ4 6LN
Steam train rides
With the Round Robin ticket, from Paignton you can visit Dartmouth and Totnes travelling on a steam train, a river boat and a bus.
Website | Torbay Road, Paignton, TQ4 6AF (opposite station)
Excellent free-to-enter attraction on the seafront. The playpark is based on the English Riviera’s geological history.
Website | Paignton Seafront, TQ4 6AG
For the quieter charms of Brixham, from Paignton station cross the road to the bus station and take a Hop12 bus (every 10 minutes).
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Photos courtesy of the English Riviera Tourism Company.
Paignton station is in the heart of the town centre, within just a few minutes’ walk of the beach.
Torquay’s iconic palm trees, busy harbour and international marina make it a firm favourite for all the family.
Teignmouth offers the best of traditional British resorts, including a long beach and grand pier. Its maze of backstreets offer a treasure trove of independent shops, galleries and inns.
With great shopping, a thriving arts scene and excellent restaurants, Exeter is one of the liveliest cities in the South West.