The study analysed the latest records from the Met Office to determine Britain’s most consistently warm and sunny holiday spots.
Over the past decade, experts examined the number of « sunshine hours » and average yearly temperatures, and discovered that Torbay takes the top spot for reliably good weather.
This charming location is renowned for its stunning caves and caverns, a captivating model village, and an abundance of delightful cafes and restaurants.
Torbay is also home to a breathtaking beach, which has received rave reviews from visitors. One person shared their experience on TripAdvisor, saying: « We had a lovely time watching all the different beach activities happening on the day we visited; from people surfing and swimming to kite surfing; board sailing; walking dogs etc. »
Another penned: « On a beautifully sunny day, this beach was practically deserted. There were two windsurfers, a kayak, a mother and son lying down, and my friend and I walking. Sand is nice, and would be good for swimming. »
Influencers on TikTok have also discovered the allure of Torbay, with one user, 6mxroa, dubbing it a « hidden gem in the UK » and sharing a video of the town.
The video garnered over 33,000 views, attracting tourists eager to share their own experiences of this West Country treasure. One person commented, « British Turkey, » while another simply stated, « Torquay is beautiful, I’ve been there. »
According to Cofton Holidays’ study, other popular towns with reliably warm weather include Brighton, Bristol, Bath, and Cornwall.
Chris Jeffery, the Director at Cofton Holidays, said: “I am delighted to see that South Devon is consistently the best UK holiday destination for reliably warm and sunny weather.
« To help families make the most of the hot weather forecast, we have opened our large outdoor pool for visitors from today, as well as a range of exciting short breaks at Cofton.
« Guests can also enjoy exciting outdoor activities at our South Devon holiday park, including swimming, beaches, cycling, and high ropes adventures. »
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