UK Travel Guide



Torquay in Devon

Situated on the sunny English Riviera, the lovely town of Torquay offers many enjoyable facets of life. It offers plenty for everyone. A beautiful restored church, small tea shops, bakeries, and fascinating craft center where glass is blown are just a few unforgettable places to stop by. Thatchers Rock off the coast serves as home for a colony of seabirds which can be observed from the beautiful shoreline or from a boat that frequents the harbor. A little further towards the center of Torquay is Torre Abbey meadows where a historic monastery was converted into a museum with fine art on display. Torre Abbey sands is a large and popular beach easily accessible to many nightclubs, restaurants, and theatres. The exciting semi-tropical getaway is located in South Devon in the South West of England. Its beautiful climate and landscape just add to the wonderful physique of this ever so thriving and innovative hotspot. On the edge of Torquay is the delightful village of Cockington. Its thatched cottages and olde worlde charm make it a popular vista for postcards and calendars. Kents Cavern is a popular tourist attraction and consists of caves where prehistoric fossils were found by archeologists.