What travelers to Torquay are saying
Torquay is a prominent resort town right on the English Channel. While its immaculate beaches are the perfect respite, Torquay also has much to offer tourists who are interested in history and anthropology. Now part of the English Riviera, this seaside getaway was first inhabited by Palaeolithic cave dwellers. The local seafood and shopping are more high points of this city.
- Kents Cavern
- Torquay Seafront Living Coasts (Zoo)
- Babbacombe Model Village
- Sunbathe on one of the nine pristine beaches
- Watch a show at the Princess Theatre
- Explore the 10th-century monastery at Torre Abbey
Torquay's warm, sunny microclimate is one of the primary reasons it is a resort area. The highs reach 19-21°C from May through August, and there is little rain during this time. The winters are short with lows around 2°C. Autumn and spring sees pleasant weather that is fine for outdoor activities.
Getting There & Around
Since Torquay has two train stations, you can easily reach the town by rail from most major UK cities. The closest airport is in Exeter, which you can access via the A380 and M5 motorways. Plenty of bus lines have routes to the resort area, and it is not difficult to reach by car.
There are several buses in town that you can use to get around, and two major coach lines pass through Torquay on routes to adjacent cities.
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