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  1. Add Living Coasts Torquay to your Itinerary

    Living Coasts Torquay

    Torquay

    Living Coasts, Torquay's award-winning coastal zoo and aquarium, is an all-weather attraction, located on Torquay seafront in South Devon and is open every day (except Christmas Day). Living Coasts is home to a magnificent array of marine life from…

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  2. Add Western Lady Ferry to your Itinerary

    Western Lady Ferry

    Torquay Harbour, Torquay

    WELCOME ABOARD! "Western Lady" have been operating a fine ferry service between Brixham & Torquay for over 65 years.

    The 35 minute ferry ride across the Bay to Brixham and returning to Torquay is a stress-free delightful way to view Torbay from the…

  3. Add Princess Pier Torquay to your Itinerary

    Princess Pier Torquay

    Torquay

    The pier, built in 1890, is the perfect place to stop and gaze out to sea, or to enjoy watching the constant comings and goings in the adjacent marina.

  4. Add Torquay to your Itinerary

    Torquay

    Torquay

    Torquay has been one of the UK's top holiday destinations since Victorian Times when the gentry promenaded, bathing huts were wheeled down the beaches and anyone who was anyone had an attractive villa overlooking the sea.

  5. Add Beacon Cove to your Itinerary

    Beacon Cove

    Torquay

    Beacon Cove is a perfect haven away from the main beach of Torquay, close to Living Coasts, a part of the award winning Paignton Zoo.

    There is a small promenade above a tiny shingle beach and its sheltered position makes it a warm sunny spot even

  6. Add Global Geopark - Torquay to your Itinerary

    Global Geopark - Torquay

    Torquay

    In 2007 the English Riviera was designated a Global Geopark and is one of just 7 sites in the UK and Ireland to hold this special status.

  7. Add Agatha Christie Bust Torquay to your Itinerary

    Agatha Christie Bust Torquay

    Torquay

    Agatha Christie was born in Torquay in 1890 and the English Riviera celebrated her centenary in 1990 with the creation of a hand-crafted bronze bust in her likeness.

  8. Add Torre Abbey Sands Torquay to your Itinerary

    Torre Abbey Sands Torquay

    Torquay

    This delectable beach is part of the English Riviera and it lives up to its name with its stunning sands, views and sunshine. This is the main beach for Torquay, being popular with holidaymakers from the surrounding hotels, day visitors and locals.

  9. Add Conferences at The Imperial Torquay to your Itinerary

    Conferences at The Imperial Torquay

    Torquay

    With nine meeting rooms, ranging from small boardrooms to sumptuous Suites seating up to 350 delegates theatre-style, The Imperial Torquay provides the ultimate choice and flexibility for your meeting or event.

    To contact our events team, please…

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  10. Add Torquay Land Train to your Itinerary

    Torquay Land Train

    Torquay

    The Torquay Land Train is a fun way to get around Torquay for all ages! Further information can be found on www.torquaylandtrain.co.uk.

  11. Add Access to Beaches on the English Riviera to your Itinerary

    Access to Beaches on the English Riviera

    Torquay

    With 3.3million visitors every year, the English Riviera is South Devon’s beautiful bay and one of the most popular holiday destinations in the country. With over 20 spectacular beaches, clean and calm waters, many of them are easy to access

  12. Add Jungle Journey Adventure Golf to your Itinerary

    Jungle Journey Adventure Golf

    Torquay

    18 Hole Jungle themed adventure golf course. Wind your way through the jungle using your golf skill as you encounter tigers, gorillas, chimps and snakes among many other jungle creatures.

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  13. Add Torre Abbey Meadows to your Itinerary

    Torre Abbey Meadows

    Torquay

    Abbey Meadows and Gardens is situated on Torquay Seafront. The meadow is a large open space used by all for events and picnics. The park itself is host to a range of activities, such as tennis and crazy golf; it also houses the Italian Gardens with…

  14. Add Blue Plaque Heritage Trail to your Itinerary

    Blue Plaque Heritage Trail

    Wherever you go on the English Riviera, you’ll find plaques that recognise some of the greatest figures in British history.

  15. Add Creative Torbay to your Itinerary

    Creative Torbay

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    CreativeTorbay.com is the hub for arts, events, and entertainment on the English Riviera.

  16. Add Royal Terrace Gardens to your Itinerary

    Royal Terrace Gardens

    Torquay

    Landscaped gardens on the side of the cliff face on Torquay's seafront with stunning views out to sea. Newly restored in 2010, the highlight is a magnificent illuminated staircase that ascends the cliff.

  17. Add Award Winning Beaches on the English Riviera to your Itinerary

    Award Winning Beaches on the English Riviera

    TORQUAY

    Awards are based on quality of management, cleanliness, water quality and other criteria. The most prestigious being the Blue Flag Awards.

    Other awards made to Torbay beaches include the Keep Britain Tidy Seaside Awards and the Good Beach Guide…

  18. Add South West Coast Path to your Itinerary

    South West Coast Path

    The English Riviera has 22 miles of coastline and a UNESCO Global Geopark, all of which can be discovered on the South West Coast Path, which runs along South Devon's beautiful bay between Maidencombe in the north and Sharkham Point in the south.

  19. Add Torquay Marina to your Itinerary

    Torquay Marina

    Torquay

    Torquay Marina is in the north-east corner of Torbay and sheltered from the prevailing south-westerly winds, so it’s a safe haven for boats in all weathers. With modern facilities and superb bluewater cruising, it's popular with yachtsmen from home…

  20. Add Local Guides to your Itinerary

    Local Guides

    Torquay

    Are you bringing a group to the English Riviera to experience all it has to offer? Or are you an independent traveller looking to get to the heart of the resort? You'll find your trip all the more memorable with a tour from one of our local guides.

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Registered address 5 Vaughan Parade, Torquay, Devon, England, TQ2 5JG.
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