Torquay Beaches

Chances are you have heard of Torquay and If you’ve heard of Torquay then you are most certainly aware of its stunning coastline. It’s amazing!

Torquay’s beaches aren’t only beautiful but there are also dozens of them! The town has a grand total of NINE sandy beaches to its name, and its warm microbial climate even warms your deckchair for you!  Choosing which one to spend your time on will be the hardest part.

Guests of Torquay accommodation have some of the country’s finest stretches of sand at their feet, from the bustling Torre Abbey Sands to the secluded Meadfoot Beach once loved by the famous author Agatha Christie.  If there’s one thing you’ll need for a self-catering Torquay holiday, it’s your flip flops!

Torquay takes pride in its stunning beaches, and the water quality and cleanliness are tested regularly to ensure that visitors aren’t disappointed. With three European Blue Flags to certify that the beaches are of exceptional quality, Torquay offers more than any other UK resort…not that we would brag of course!

The town has always been a favourite with those on family breaks, and its beaches still have that old-world charm that makes visitors want to kick off their shoes, sip ginger beer and take in the view!

Leave the present day behind and settle into the relaxed atmosphere of the English Riviera, and tread the sandy footprints of generations before you.

So which beach should you chose?

Oddicombe Beach

Meadfoot Beach

Torre Abbey Sands

Anstey’s Cove

 


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