Torquay's coastline is affectionately named the English Riviera and, while it rarely matches its French counterpart in terms of the weather, the mild sunny climes, swaying harbourside palms and promenades have attracted visitors since the golden era of seaside holidays over a century ago.

    Today, there's a smarter side to this famous party destination. Its proximity to the sea and fishing boats have prompted several top seafood restaurants to open along the waterfront, while there's also a thriving sailing community with international regattas held around the nearby bays annually. Alternatively, you can dive into Torquay's natural history at the Living Coasts Marine Zoo & Aquarium.

    Where to go & what to do at night in Torquay

    • 9 Best Things to Do After Dinner in Torquay

      Torquay’s nightlife entertainment is just as varied and high quality as its dining scene, whether you’re looking for a leisurely cocktail or a full-blown music concert. This city on England’s south coast is home to a variety of world-class attractions, counting some of the region’s best night-time venues. Families will find plenty to do around Torquay Harbour...

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