Meadfoot is peaceful and one of the favourite beaches for locals. You will see plenty of people kayaking, fishing, paddle boarding or just sunning themselves.
Enjoy some amazing views of the bay and learn about the area and history in the visitor center
Mansands is a stunning secluded pebble beach and is best on low tide as it exposes the sand. Behind the beach is a brackish lagoon. This is a haven for birds and there are information boards and a bird hide managed by the National Trust. Grass snakes inhabit the area around the lagoon and can occasionally be seen swimming in the water.
Preston Sands is is renowned for its many painted beach huts and one of Torbay’s most popular beaches and is a local favourite. It has a green that runs the length of the beach which is ideal for kicking a ball, throwing frisbees or just chilling and lazing in the sun. There is a small playpark in the center of the green to help keep the youngsters amused.
Tucked away below high cliffs is this small rocky beach with limestone cliffs, interesting rock formations and views across Lyme Bay to the Dorset coast. Accessed from the coastal path, this beach has lovely sea views and a quiet and peaceful atmosphere suitable for fishing.
The soft, golden red sand and calm shallow water make this beach a favourite destination for locals and tourists, especially in the summer.
A nice casual stroll from the Roundham headland down to the beautiful Goodrington Beach. The promenade curves around the cliff and in the summer you’ll find it decorated with colourful beach huts. This stretch of the South Devon Coastal Path is very popular amongst locals, many like to sit and enjoy the sun here, go fishing and in the summer youngsters can be seen jumping off the steps enjoying themselves. Fisherman who frequently fish catch all types, from mackerel, whiting, bass, dogfish and garfish.
Enjoy a gentle stroll around the Domesday estate of Churston Ferrers, passing the twelfth century manor and its coaching inn thats said to be haunted by one of the Benedictine monks. The route follows an ancient green lane, as well as a coffin way and a modern walking trail.
Enjoy A Leisurely Walk Around Roundham Head, a wheelchair friendly walk around the headlands rocky red layered cliffs, topped with pines, sycamores and some breathtaking views of the whole bay from Berry Head to Thatcher rock.
Torquay’s coastal path castle. If you walk the South West Coastal Path between Daddyhole Plain and Beacon Cove you’ll walk under this strange castle like building. You can’t get up inside the building itself as the entrance seems to be on private land, but i was intrigued by it and thought I’d find out what I could about it.