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
A shingle beach hidden behind Living Coasts with easy access and is the closest beach to Torquay town centre. It provides a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the town centre.
Peaked Tor is a small pebbled cove usually quiet making it a nice place to chill and relax.
I’ve been asked to make a 360º pub guide, so if your wondering what its like inside you’ll find out here. You’ll find a growing list of different establishments appearing as I explore with the camera in & out of Torbay.
This is one of my favourite views in the bay, especially on a clear day
As a local I like to support the local team and try to get to a game when I can. It’s always a fun afternoon watching the footy with mates or the family.
There are always some sort of events happening in the bay, especially in the summer. Here’s a list of the ones Im aware of, if I’ve missed any please let me know.
Take a walk through Brunel Wood and you’ll stumble across a clearing where this memorial lies hidden away in memory of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
A hidden gem at the bottom of the babbacombe cliffs, not easily accessible but worth the effort to get down to see a part of Torbay that not even many locals will have been to. It’s a great spot for fishing and If you like climbing there are a wide variety of climbs and climbing styles in the quarry and it’s fantastic for deep water soloing.