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Torquay - Located at the north end of Tor Bay

Forming a part of the unitary authority area of Torbay, Torquay is a seaside town in Devon. It is one of the most beautiful seafronts in Devon. Torquay is known for its year-round activities that are enough to call the tourists and explore this attractive destination. It has stunning seafront, beautiful beaches, and a stylish marina.

Torre Abbey Sands

The town is famous for its world-class sailing in the stunning horse-hoe shaped bay. The coastline allows the visitors to explore the beautiful Torre Abbey Sands. Adventurous activities here include wakeboarding, Ringo rides, speedboats, waterskiing, and other watersports. There is a range of elegant and cheap hotels in Torquay overlooking the town’s sandy beach.

Attractions in the City

Torquay has some amazing attractions that include Living Coasts Marine Zoo & Aquarium, the spectacular underground caves at Kents Cavern; Agatha Christie inspired Potent Plants Garden, Bygones, and Babbacombe Model Village. The Torquay Museum exhibits the local history and has a permanent Agatha Christie Gallery. The Babbacombe Cliff Railway offers unique views of the sea.

Relax at the Beachside

This seaside resort offers a proper English seaside experience. Oddicombe Beach is a must-pick beach if you are here. It lies at the bottom of the lofty red breccia cliffs. The Meadfoot Beach is located at the foot of cliffs coated with vegetation. If you wish to relax at a quiet beach, then Maidencombe Beach is the one for you. You can look for the best hotels in Torquay and explore the beach life here.

Theatre and Shows

Torquay offers vibrant evening scenes with its glamorous shows, plays, concerts, musicals, comedies, and ballets. The theatres here include the Princess Theatre, Babbacombe Theatre, and the Little Theatre. During summer months you can enjoy open-air theatre performances at the National Trust properties and at Cockington Country Park.

Go on a Shopping Spree

Torquay’s attractive harbor area has some excellent shops and art galleries. The Devon village of Cockington has a vibrant and working craft centre set. The Grand Flea Market offers a great indoor shopping experience. If you are looking to indulge in some retail therapy, it is time to book the best hotel in Torquay and enjoy a holiday filled with quirky stores and beautiful souvenirs.
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Questions and Answers

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What are the best ways to reach Torquay?

The nearest international airport is the Exeter(EXT) Airport at a distance of 19.3 miles from the city of Torquay. Tourists can also travel by train, Torquay railway station and the Torre railway station are the closest railway stations to the city.

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What are some of the things which we can do at night in Torquay?

Soho Bar, Seamus O' Donnells Torquay, The Cider Press, Wine@7 and The Kents are some of the options to have a taste of the nightlife at Torquay. They not only offer the best drinking deals they also regularly organize karaoke nights, band performances and offer a wide range of cuisines.

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How can one commute in and around Torquay?

Torquay is well connected via trains, cars, and buses. McHarry's Buslines and Stage Coach Buses are some of the best public transport options to travel around Torquay.

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What is the best time to visit Torquay?

The months of April and May are the best to visit Torquay. The weather during these months is dry which makes it perfect for visiting the beach and sightseeing.

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What are some of the best destinations around Torquay for a weekend getaway?

Paignton, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, Kingsteignton, and Dawlish are some of the best destinations around Torquay for a quick weekend getaway.

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Where can I shop in Torquay?
  • Fleetwalk Shopping Centre houses some of the best high street names and independent shops. The center also has a large number of restaurants and cafes suited for every palate. 
  • Union Square Shopping Centre is another popular shopping center in Torquay. It consists of 50 well-known stores, restaurants and boutiques. 
  • Bridge Retail Park has a wide range of clothing, shoe, and departmental stores. 
  • Primark offers clothes and accessories for all ages at discounted prices.
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What are some of the most popular places of interest in Torquay?

Torquay is endowed with several places of interest. Some of these include- 

  • Babbacombe Model Village is Torquay’s most popular tourist spot. It beautifully represents British culture over the past five decades in the form of miniatures. 
  • Kents Cavern is Britain’s most important prehistoric cave. The caves offer a beautiful view of the Isham Valley. 
  • Babbacombe Theatre is famous for its family shows and musical performances. The theatre provides access for wheelchair users and also has an accessible toilet.
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How much is a cheap hotel in Torquay?

An OYO hotel in Torquay can be booked for £35 -£50 per night. Guests can also get additional discounts on the OYO website.

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What are the basic amenities that one can expect in an OYO Hotel in Torquay?

24/7 check-in, comfortable king and queen-sized beds, free-wifi, in-house restaurants, daily housekeeping, and bar are some of the basic amenities provided by OYO hotels in Torquay.

Guests can expect en-suite bathrooms, flatscreen TV, hairdryers, and parking facility to make their stay more comfortable and convenient.

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