Update: 16th June 2020
- Added 360 images to the Cliff Gardens
This stretch of the South West 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.
The promenade stretches for about 230m from the beach. There are railings running the full length of the promenade and it’s fully accessible for wheelchair users.
The construction of the Cliff walk commenced in 1929. The lower promenade was built first, then the ascending paths were added. The zigzag paths which weave back and forth across the headland looked dull and somewhat bare, so Herbert Whitley of Paignton Zoo donated many plants, shrubs and trees to create some lovely surroundings.
- North Sands kiosk
- Cantina Kitchen & Bar
- Inn on the Quay
- Car, You can usually find free on street parking around Youngs Park, Roundham Ave, Alta Vista Rd, Cliff Rd or failing that parking is available in the Young Park car park, 130 spaces, TQ4 6LP or the multi storey off Cliff Rd TQ4 6DH with 100 spaces (Height restrictions: 1.98m. There are no disabled spaces.)
- Ferry You can now catch a ferry to and from Paignton harbour for only £1.
- Walk, part of South West Coastal Path
- You can catch a ferry to and from Paignton harbour for only £1.
- Easy walk and wheelchair friendly.
- Dogs on the promenade must be kept on a lead at all times.
- Be aware of the seagulls if your outside with food.
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