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Enjoy some amazing views of the bay and learn about the area and history in the visitor center
The NCI Visitor Centre was funded by a substantial Lottery grant. It’s open 365 days a year and includes working radar, CCTV, interactive systems that allow visitors to see what is happening along the coast and in the bay and provides a history of Torbay in pictures.
- NCI Torbay has been open since May 2009.
Daddyhole Plain is a limestone plateau some 75 metres above the sea. Daddy is an old Devon name for the Devil, and according to local legend, the Devil lived in a cave at the foot of the cliff, formed when a large chunk of limestone fell into the sea, creating ‘Daddyhole’.
Daddyhole used to be a quarry, which has now been eroded somewhat by the sea. There are interesting ledges on the beach below that contain fossilised corals.
- This site is an SSSI, so no hammering on the bedrock or cliffs is allowed.
There are No facilities, you will have to walk to nearby Meadfoot beach cafe, Living Coasts or Harvester.
- The easiest way to get here is by car