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In this 'you may also like' section we attempt to answer what else can I do? Here you have a list by order of being the closest some more beaches, things to see and do, places to eat and upcoming events.
- Torre Abbey is the main Torquay beach on the promenade. A great family sandy beach in the town with some rocky sections to explore. The waters are shallow and safe and popular for watersports. On the other side of the seafront road is a large public green, called Torre Abbey Meadows. Facilities include pay and display parking, promenade, cafe/restaurant, toilets, disabled visitors’ facilities and beach access, deckchair hire, slipway, bowling, tennis, crazy golf, pitch and putt.
- Beach: Meadfoot Beach View: With stunning views overlooking the Blue Flag Meadfoot Beach, relax with a drink on their veranda. What’s on the menu?: Breakfasts, snacks, drinks, homemade cakes And something else….A great spot for ramblers and photographers due to the spectacular scenery and the South West Coastal Path nearby.
- Meadfoot beach is a small beach with a mixture of rocks, shingle and sand set below cliffs. The spilt level promenade backs onto a tree covered hillside. Facilities include parking (car park and some street parking), promenade, cafe, beach huts, toilets (summer only) and beach shower, disabled visitors’ facilities, deckchair hire and slipway.
- Small cove between high cliffs and a thick wooded hillside, operated by the Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust. Anstey’s Cove makes a perfect base for walks along the coastal paths, leading to Hopes Nose, presenting some impressive views across the bay. Parking ¼ mile from beach with step access to the beach from parking, cafe/refreshments, promenade.
- Babbacombe beach is a small beach (sand and shingle) with rock pools set beneath the cliffs at Babbacombe Downs and is operated by a private company. The promenade on Babbacombe Downs is known as the highest in England and has spectacular views. Popular exploring the rock pools, cliffs and walks. Popular for diving, fishing and sailing. Cafe/Refreshments, disabled facilities, limited parking, promenade, toilets (summer only), slipway. We have no dog information for Babbacombe beach.
- Oddicombe is a shingle beach at the bottom of red sandstone cliffs. The cliff top has magnificent views across the bay and to get down to the beach you will need the steep path or the cliff railway. Facilities include promenade, Babbacombe Cliff Railway, cafe, beach huts, toilets (summer only), beach shower, disabled visitors’ facilities, deckchair and boat hire.
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