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TORQUAY HOLIDAYS

Palm trees, bright lights and cocktail bars

Visit Torquay

There’s nowhere quite as quintessentially ‘traditional British seaside’ than the vibrant town of Torquay. Found at the heart of the English Riviera, on the South Devon coast, Torquay is famed for its palm trees, busy international harbour, and wonderful array of cosmopolitan cafes, restaurants and cocktail bars, all the while maintaining a cultured Victorian facade. It’s perfect for a seaside holiday or short break.

Torquay Cottages

We have a range of holiday cottages in Torquay and the surrounding area. Modern apartments, accommodation with sea views and cottages with large gardens are just some of what we have to offer.

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English Riviera Hotels

Our selection of hotels in the beautiful English Riviera includes some top-class accommodation in both Torquay and Brixham. Take a look for yourself, and get the ball rolling on your Devon holiday.

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The insider’s guide to Devon

Our insider’s guide to Devon is packed with top tips that only the locals will know because, well, we’re local! Our team have lived in, worked in and loved Devon for years, meaning we’re experts when it comes to all you need to know about our beloved county. So sit back and let us intrigue you with enthralling information, leading you to write a whole new Bucket List dedicated to the county of Devon.

Best places for surfing in Devon

The South West surfing scene is often dominated by Cornwall, with big name surf resorts like Newquay and Bude stealing the limelight. But its modest neighbour, Devon, also boasts some of the best surf spots in the UK. Think glassy hollow barrels, fun beach breaks and long mellow rides.

A seemingly foreign land

Torquay boasts miles of sandy beaches, with a whopping 22 situated within easy reach, including the popular Torre Abbey Sands, Watcombe Beach and Anstey Cove. It’s ideal for adventure-seekers, with a wide range of activities available to try, including diving, sailing and surfing. If you prefer to keep your feet dry, take a walk along the South West Coast Path, with stunning views out across the vast stretch of coastline.

In the town itself, there are plenty of fantastic things to do and enjoy, including the Princess Theatre, the Central Cinema and Living Coasts, Torquay's Coastal Zoo & Aquarium on the seafront. For the more active, Torquay Golf Club and Waves Leisure Pool swimming pool are perfect, while there are many pubs, restaurants, shops, a museum, and great nightlife to be enjoyed.

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