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Tours to Torquay

Welcome to Torquay on the English Riviera of Devon, a traditional but still flourishing coastal town. If you haven’t been visiting this holiday for a long time, banish those thoughts from a holiday. The best is coming yet.

The setting offers the perfect Devon seaside vacation or shorter break with its iconic palm trees, busy harbour, international marina, a sandy beach and a wide range of continental cafés, restaurants and cocktail bars.

This essential resort was launched in the Guardian in late 2016 and is considered to be one of the “bustling seaside towns in Britain, undergoing a revival style with Michelin starred restaurants and swanky yachts. ” You just have to drive on the shore or walk along the walk to know it’s true.

Torquay is a popular destination for group holidays because it is easy to reach, its proximity to many great days and a large variety of attractive attractions and entertainment and for many years it has been visited by generations of families, groups and coach trips and holiday trips. From the family vacation areas to the hotels that offer dinner, bed and breakfast, leisure and fun as the package park it continues to grow in popularity for group vacations with a growing global market.

Torquay has been named the English Riviera with its mild microclimate and exotic plants. But the city is only Devon’s most famous stretch. The picture is completed by Art Deco houses, fishing ports and major Plymouth and Exeter attractions.

You are travelling back 400 million years at Torquay Museum–a family friendly attraction for children and adults alike, with plenty to see and do. A wide range of exhibitions, from child-friendly summer busts to fascinating expositions about astonishing archaeology, geology and people in South Devon, are hosted throughout the entire year by the museum. Detect your path across Britain’s only Agatha Christie Gallery at the Torquay Museum and explore Ancient Egypt, including a 2,500-year-old mummified kid’s sarcophagus, with North-West Europe’s oldest human fossil. Other attractions in Torquay such as Haddon Galleries, Cary Gardens, Meadfoot Beach, Agatha Christie Mile, The Royal Terrace Gardens (Rock Walk) are the main attractions that you can enjoy while you’re in Torquay.  We are here to create your perfect holiday in this pretty English Riviera. Contact us today. Let your holiday in Torquay be unforgettable!

Things to do in Torquay

Things to do in Torquay are therefore difficult to pick. Torquay's most popular and visited attraction is Babbacombe Model Village.

In the past five decades, representing British life and culture in miniature. Animated scenes and touches of very English humour bring everything to life. Take your journey through the sixties, seventies, eighties, nineties to today in a fun, informative and nostalgic flight. Famous for its beautiful setting in 4 hectares of prizewinning gardens all year round. Babbacombe Theatre is known for its prestigious shows performed by a professional cast all year long and is well known for wowing audiences. It’s a must see in the city. Another spot could be beautiful Cockington with thatched cottages that promise to leave a smile on your face. Torre Abbey is a historical and art museum (Est. 1196) located on the beautiful South Devon coast of the Ancient Scheduled Monument. This families-friendly museum and gardens have a seasonal program of exhibitions, events and activities covering visual arts, history and live performance. Not to be missed in Torquay.

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