Search
Hotel Deals
date_range
date_range
map
Map &
Directions
mode_edit
Write a Tip
chevron_left
 
chevron_right

Top Tours

 
South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Cornwall
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Cornwall for your journey to South Devon. The exact Itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. You will drive to Dartmouth where you can take a privat before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie who wrote ‘And then there were none’ here. (not open to Non-residents) and explore the Island which has great sea views. Depart Bigbury for return journey to your hotel.""""A luxury private guided tour to visit the historic town of Dartmouth
From GBP255.00
 
South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Devon
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Devon for your journey to South Devon. The exact itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. An example itinerary is that you will first visit Totnes stroll through the streets admiring the Tudor buildings the historic guildhall and the Castle and learn about the history of this enchanting town. You will then take the 30 minute drive to Dartmouth where you can take a private tour of the Britannia Naval College or a boat trip up the stunning River Dart to see Agatha Christies House at Greenway before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward
From GBP255.00
 
South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Devon
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Devon for your journey to South Devon. The exact itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. An example itinerary is that you will first visit Totnes stroll through the streets admiring the Tudor buildings the historic guildhall and the Castle and learn about the history of this enchanting town. You will then take the 30 minute drive to Dartmouth where you can take a private tour of the Britannia Naval College or a boat trip up the stunning River Dart to see Agatha Christies House at Greenway before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward
From GBP255.00

Most Viewed Things to Do in Torquay

Things to Do

Abbey Park

If you like to be beside the sea but the idea of getting sand between your toes doesn’t appeal why not take a look at Abbey Park. Situated on the opposite side of the road to Torre Abbey Sands and...
View More
Things to Do

Marinas

I read comments about mooring being expensive in Torquay. It's important to keep in mind that there are two marinas in Torquay: a private one and a council run one. The visitors pontoon in the town...
View More
Things to Do

Riviera Centre

Whilst the Torquay Town Council weren't spending money on the upkeep of the characterful and historically important Torre Abbey they did manage to find funding for this concrete monstrosity - about 15...
View More
Things to Do

Walking

Torbay's "Measured Miles" initiative is joint effort by the Torbay Council and the local NHS Trust to encourage people, visitors and residents, to choose the healthy option of walking around the bay...
View More
Things to Do

The English Riviera Wheel

I thought I recognised this one last time I popped into Torquay but I had to do a bit of head scratching as to where I'd last seen it. Then a week, or so later, I'd a little job to do in Plymouth ...
View More
Things to Do

D-Day Slipways - Hards

These two innocent looking slipways in Torquay harbour have caught a lot of media attention over past few years. It was from here 1000s of British & American soldiers departed for the D Day assult...
View More
 
 
Sponsored Listings
Things to Do

Babbacombe Cliff Railway

Built in 1926, the Babbacombe Cliff Railway has shuttled hundreds of thousands of holiday makers to and from Oddicombe Beach in over 84 years of service.We parked in the car park for the model...
View More
Things to Do

Speaker's Corner

Speakers Corner is a very new addition to Torquay with this stone only being laid in February 2005. There was no one around it being very vocal when I passed by, but I think it is a great idea &...
View More
Things to Do

Mallock Clock Tower - Memorial

Made of Bath stone the clock tower, known as the Mallock Memorial, was built in 1902 and is named after Richard Mallock, who represented Torquay in Parliament from 1886 to 1895 and who died in 1900....
View More
Things to Do

St John the Apostle Church

St John's Church is an Anglican Parish Church and is a fine example of Victorian Church Architecture influenced by the Pre-Raphelite Movement. The church is a delightful building with many interesting...
View More
Things to Do

Pavillion

The wonderful Edwardian Pavilion on Torquay promenade was built in 1912 as a theatre and dancing hall, the writer Agatha Christie met her first husband here at a dance in 1913. This gorgeous...
View More
Things to Do

Harbour Bridge

This is a new pedestrian bridge opened in 2003, which means for the first time it is possible to walk all the way around the inner harbour. What is quite unique about this bridge is the cill just...
View More
Things to Do

Tourist Information Centre

The main Tourist Information Centre for the whole of Torbay is situated in Vaughan Parade on Torquay’s harbourside. It stocks a large amount of literature which covers everything from what to see and...
View More

Top Hotels in Torquay

Hotels
Meadfoot Sea Road, Torquay, English Riviera, TQ1 2LQ, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Meadfoot Road, Torquay, TQ1 2JX,, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Tor Church Road, Torquay, TQ2 5UU, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Belgrave Road, Torquay, English Riviera, TQ2 5HG, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Park Hill Road, (formerly Paramount), Torquay, English Riviera, TQ1 2DG, United Kingdom
Show Prices
Hotels
Hesketh Crescent, Meadfoot, Torquay, English Riviera, TQ1 2LL, United Kingdom
Show Prices
EasyMalc's Profile Photo

EasyMalc

"Torquay"
View Member
cazz38's Profile Photo

cazz38

"THE ENGLISH RIVIERA."
View Member
johngayton's Profile Photo

johngayton

"A Townful Of Incongruities!!"
View Member
freya_heaven's Profile Photo

freya_heaven

"Torquay And Cockington"
View Member
martystagram's Profile Photo

martystagram

"My Original Home Town"
View Member