With a free morning my friend and I spent part of the time walking around the inner harbour and admiring the yachts and boats that were berthed there . Level area with wide paths and plenty of places to sit.Lots of cafes nearby. There were a large number of boats berthed even more that you sometimes se in Mediterranean ports.
If you like to see all the different types of yachts this is the place to be. So many different types and sizes in what is one of the most picturesque harbours there is.
This is where Torquay Council have spent the money! There are about 3 small harbours with very cool looking boats. Well worth a visit at night when it is all lit up, really beautiful. Some quaint shops and pubs plus a Harvester and a large car-park, but there was a notice saying 'closed after 7pm due to vandelism'. That was... 更多
There are all sorts of quirky shops, cafe's and pubs around the harbour. The water is very clear and you often see very large Mullet but Angling is not allowed. The bridge is nice, as is the pier, and there are some very impressive boats. If with the Familly, then be aware that there can be an unpleasant 'Edge' around... 更多
Enjoyed a stroll along Torquay inner harbour , modern bridge looks great. Harvester restaurant on quay. Some outlets nearby were closed due to being out of season. Great to watch the small boats and chill out.
Expensive yachts mingle with smaller craft, and the local passenger ferries. It is a pretty, slightly haphazard harbour, particularly when viewed from one of the nearby restaurants. It is a good place to wander, taking in the sites, enjoying the scenery. To give an idea of the harbour area once looked like, turn your back on the harbour and look... 更多
Either to relax and sit here in the sun or be envious of the lovely boats really nice place. There are cafes and shops bars and everything you could want
We really like this harbour, there is always something happening to watch and there are cafes with outside seating for fine weather eating or drinking. Too many seagulls though, thanks to some silly old people who feed them! Not the harbour's fault.