This is a lovely spot - always something to look at, always something interesting to see. The Tall Ships were there when we visited so that provided lots of extra interest too.
.. with plenty of interesting things to watch and see including, The Big Wheel and some lovely gardens... there seems to be also plenty of seating and a bridge over to the other harbour lots of shops, bars,cafes and boat trips .. easy to get to as all the buses stop at the harbour ..
No visit to Torquay would be complete with out a visit to this quintessential English seaside feature. The area is always spotlessly clean despite there been lots of visitors.
The harbour has interesting views and a variety of bars and restaurants around the perimeter. A little further on you can walk along the harbour wall and enjoy nice views across the bay
Lovely to sit here and have a drink or meal at one of the several cafes/restaurants.Fish and Chip shops and Harvester with upstairs outside eating with views of the bay. Walk past the Harvester on the sea level and there are a couple more cafes with outside seating and the entrance to Living Coasts. This is a pretty area to... 更多
Very pretty harbour and found it very windy, need a hat. lovely walk along the sea front. I think it would be very nice in the summer to sit and watch all the boats. well worth visiting.
Lovely place to sit and watch the world go by. Plenty of places near by to grab a bite to eat. Try the crab sandwiches. Boat trips available. or the ride the little train which leaves from the habour ,have a little tour of the area. Much to enjoy
i got on the land train to find the location of town and harbour the ticket man and driver were very friendly i got on belgrave road after 45 miniture journey i was then able to pick out were i want to walk to well done keep up good work this is a must when in area tony mbe