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A 4 mile walk on the South West Coast Path based on Torquay harbour, with splendid views out across Tor Bay. The harbour was used by the British Navy as an anchorage during the Napoleonic Wars, and as a result it became a fashionable resort, popular...more
Belgrave Road | The Strand by Torquay Harbour, Torquay TQ2 5HP, England
The path from Torquay to Babbacombe is an excellent walk with great views of the coastline and surrounding areas. The walk is on pathways, through forests, across downs and along roads. Some parts are quite steep with high steps.
This is such a pretty walk. The path has lots of stairs and pebbly ground but is quite easy and leads straight to the Torquay Harbour. The views are amazing and there are plenty of rest spots with benches to sit on.
We did 2 small walks starting from Meadford Bay walking firstly into Torquay along the coastal path ( 1.5 miles ) and then along the seafront to Cockington Lane and onto Cockington
The second walk went in the opposite direction into Babbacombe ( 9.5 miles...More
Our host at the hotel we were staying suggested this walk but advised doing it in reverse and this was great advice as it is a generally a downhill walk. We caught the Babacombe Bus and got of the bus just after the Range store...More
Left Torquay and followed signs for the coastal walk. Some areas challenging as steps wind up and round. Arrived at Meadfoot and walked along to the end. Decided to go back and have a break and coffee in the Meadfoot Café. Extremely pleasant sitting watching...More
This is a very pleasant walk, especially if the sun is shining as it offers some of the best views across Tor Bay. Easy parking at Meadfoot. The first part of the walk is across the flat, open grassy Daddyhole Plain (Daddyhole = Devil's Cave)...More
On a sunny day this is the best walk ever, climb up to Daddyhole Plain, go to visit the Coastguard, always pleased to see you. Down around the back of Rock End, some beautiful houses & huge gardens, with the sea on the left, look...More