Aerial view of Goodrington Headland Torquay (torbay), England, United Kingdom

Torquay (Torbay), England, United Kingdom

Cruises to Torquay, England bring passengers to one of England’s best vacation destinations. Leave the umbrella—with Torquay’s beaches, palms, and promenades you will forget you’re in drizzly England. Torquay is the crowning jewel of the English Riviera, evident by the yachts bobbing in a turquoise harbor, set against a mound of colorful restaurants and resorts. A Ferris wheel completes the post-card ambiance. But it is more than an idyllic seaside retreat. It is a designated UNESCO Global Geopark, one of only 140 in the world and the prehistoric wonders are everywhere, from caves to russet-red beaches. The list of things to do in Torquay is varied and long. Shop and dine at a smattering of upscale spots, stretch out on soft sand, or have a thrilling adventure. Explore a labyrinth of Stone Age caves in Kents Cavern, the former home of prehistoric creatures and early humans. Enjoy a trip on the Babbacombe Cliff Railway, one of the few funicular railways in the UK. Or ride a steam train along the stunning coast. Amble through a wide selection of miniature displays, designed to take you on a passage through history. A Torquay, England cruise is unforgettable.

Top 3 Things To Do in Torquay, England

1 Kents Cavern Step inside a cave, wonder at long stalagmites and learn about three types of Prehistoric humans that lived there.
2 Dartmouth Steam Railway Explore South Devon on a traditional steam train with panoramas of the sea and rivers.


Babbacombe Model Village Turn into a giant as you enter a vast miniature world with lush gardens and historic scenes.

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