Explore the local area
Royal Terrace Gardens
Cockington Village & Country Park
A trip to Torquay wouldn't be complete without visiting Cockington Village. It's quintessential England at its very best, with thatched cottages, a working forge, old tea shoppes and a thatched pub. At the heart of the village lies Cockington Court surrounded by acres of country park. The court is home to traditional and contemporary artisans including a glass blower, blacksmith and chocolatier. Click here to visit site!
Abbey Gardens overlook the beach and are an abundance of colour all year round, it is the perfect place to enjoy a seat and watch the 'world go by'
Not far from Torquay sits Anstey’s Cove Beach. Quiet, peaceful and incredibly beautiful, this small shingle beach is the place to come if you want to escape the crowds. You can rent a deckchair and relax, paddle in the glistening sea, and perhaps enjoy a snack or lunch in the delightful beach cafe. Click here to visit site!
Kents Cavern is one of Europe’s top prehistoric Stone Age caves with an extensive labyrinth of spectacular and easily accessible caverns open daily all year. This iconic heritage attraction has many quality tourism awards. This iconic heritage attraction has many quality tourism awards and is a gateway site to the UNESCO English Riviera Global Geopark. Click here to visit site!