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Our only disappointment is when we leave to go home. We can always come again and we will. See you soon."

JL & K Kent

English Riviera English Riviera Global Geopark

The English Riviera

The English Riviera is made up of three resort towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham, which are dotted along 22 miles of spectacular coastline. A climate of mild winters and long summers allows the area's famous palms and tropical plants to flourish.

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Torquay

TorquayEnjoy the palm tree lined promenade extending all around the bay and admire the colourful ornamental garden displays. Torquay Harbour and Marina are set right in the centre of the town, providing a fascinating waterfront with shops, pavement cafe bars and street entertainers, creating a Mediterranean style atmosphere. Not far from the seafront lies Living Coasts, Babbacombe Model Village and Cockington Village with its picturesque thatched cottages, tearooms, a pub, craft studios and a beautiful country park.

Paignton

PaigntonThe Esplanade has a backdrop of brightly coloured villas and a seafront with a long sandy beach and pier. A small picturesque harbour is alive with leisure craft, fishing boats and passenger ferries, places of interest include Paignton Zoo, Occombe Farm and Oldway Mansion.

Brixham

BrixhamHas a beautiful harbour and working fishing port that includes the Golden Hind, Brixham Harbour is surrounded by colourful painted cottages and buildings. It is an artist's paradise and many are found at work on the quay. Overlooking the town is Berry Head, a headland with a lighthouse and stunning panoramic views. The ruins of Napoleonic Fort are now home to a variety of sea birds and wild life.

And much more... Visit Dartmouth by pleasure boat or by Dartmouth Steam Railway and wander its quaint streets. See Dartmouth Castle and the activity of the many boats on the River Dart and take a pleasure cruise up the river to Totnes, a bustling market town with Elizabethan architecture and unusual quirky shops. In contrast, visit Dartmoor National Park, a National Park, with rugged and dramatic scenery.

How to Get To Rose Court Holiday Apartments in Torquay

Car - From the end of the M5 at Exeter take A38/A380 to Torquay.

Train - First Western and cross country trains call at Torquay.

Coach - National Express services call at Torquay.

Air - Nearby Exeter and Plymouth have airports with train or bus connections to Torquay.