Discover the best top things to do in English Riviera, United Kingdom including Vigilance of Brixham, Rock Solid Coasteering, K & H Cockington Carriages, Reach Outdoors, The Lorrens Ladies Spa, Pilgrim, [email protected], Kents Cavern, Babbacombe Cliff Railway, Cockington Country Park.
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The last wooden Heritage Sailing trawler built at Uphams shipyard, Brixham in 1926. Now taking local people and visitors alike on sailing trips out of her home port.
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Rock Solid Coasteering will kit you up and give you the confidence to do things you thought would be impossible. The places you go will blow your mind - dramatic cliffs, spooky sea caves, prehistoric woods. Check out the online gallery. Coasteering this location is not to be missed!
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Horse and carriage rides around the beautiful historic settings of Cockington.
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Coasteering, Kayaking, Caving and Stand Up Paddle Board guided tours. No previous experience is necessary as our highly experienced and qualified instructors will safely manage your session ensuring you learn skills and most importantly have great fun along the way! Award winning company that provides exceptional experiences with enthusiastic instructors and top of the range equipment - all for great value. Advanced booking is essential, suitable for all the family ages 8+. Reach Outdoors is a must-do on your visit to South Devon and the English Riviera.
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The Lorrens Ladies Spa is a luxury ladies-only Day Spa and Residential Health Spa offering high quality but affordable Day Spa packages and all-inclusive Health Spa Breaks. Perfect for individuals and for groups, we offer quality treatments, care and personal attention. Relaxation and Pampering Spa Breaks Spa Days and Treatments Slimming and Weight-loss Stays Special Occasions Groups, Hen Parties and exclusive Private Hire
This is my 20th year of visiting the Lorrens! This is testament to how fabulous the place is. Even with these trying times of Coronavirus I knew I would be in no safer place than the Lorrens and if anyone could make it as safe as possible it would be Suzanne and Steve. Suzanne and Steve are great hosts, nothing is too much trouble for them and they strive to make your stay the best. There is plenty of great food and you rarely are hungry. Steve always does a great bespoke workout with you in the gym, taking care to know if you have any injuries etc. The therapists are super young ladies, some who have been there for years and it’s so nice going back catching up with them. If you like walking then there are some great coastal walks with great views. I could extol the virtues of the Lorrens all day and if I could I would go for a week at least every three months! It is paradise for me and I know so many ladies who visit, like me every year, feel the same. But don’t take my word for it, make a booking and go for yourself and hopefully you will see and feel what I do. As I said earlier, even in these times of Coronavirus you couldn’t wish for a safer environment to relax and have time for you. See you next time Suzanne and Steve!
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Sailing on historic classic Brixham Heritage sailing vessel built in 1895. All food and soft drinks and use of safety equipment included. Hands on outdoor activity or relaxed coastal cruise. Keep a lookout for dolphins, seals & marine life. Enjoy the harbour sights of watercraft, picture postcard views and magnificent scenery. Exclusive boat rates too. Fully crewed. From a day sail or longer. Other activities or time ashore can be arranged.
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Kents Cavern, a UNESCO site, is Britain's Oldest known prehistoric home. You are led by a guide through a labyrinth of undergound natural passages used by humankind for thousands of years. Neanderthals and the very first Britons occupied the caves. Here Victorian explorers combined geological time and fossil remains to reveal the antiquity of humanity. Open daily for guided tours. See natural caverns, amazing formations, remains of mammoth, woolly rhino, sabre-toothed cats. These is an Ice Age woodland trail quest, shop and restaurant with views over the Ilsham Valley. Located in Torquay, birth place of Agatha Christie, the caves are part of the English Riviera UNESCO Global Geopark, 1.5kms from Torquay Harbour, close to the South West Coast Path. The caves inspired writers like Agatha Christie, Beatrix Potter and more recently folk-horror writer Adam Nevill. Perfect on any day all year. Pre-booking online essential to visit this UNESCO geological and cultural heritage site.
We enjoyed a fabulous family morning at Kents Cavern. Cave tour was well lit and informative, Stoneage school was interactive and lots of fun, the woodland trail had tasks to complete such as building a den and the seasonal outdoor activities included making a sabre tooth necklace for £1. The kids had a great time and my son went on to complete a KS2 report for his teacher with top marks! Thank you ???????? Top Tip: there was a children’s play park and picturesque beach across the road with parking.
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Built in 1926 this fabulous, funicular railway has transported hundreds of thousands of people up and down the cliffs from Babbacombe to Oddicombe. Popular with holidaymakers and locals a trip to the English Riviera is not complete without a visit to this lovely railway. Down on Oddicombe Beach there is a gorgeous, hidden away beach with seasonal watersports and a great bar/bistro/café. Perfect family beach.
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Cockington Country Park surrounds the picture postcard Cockington Village which lies just off the seafront near Torquay. The Country Park is free to walk around and features beautiful formal gardens, lakes and woodlands which can be enjoyed via a network of paths. Cockington Court and Cafe are nearby, along with a collection of craft studios where you can browse the creations of local artists and crafts people. The Cockington Country Park is cared for by local charity the Torbay Coast & Countryside Trust, who's volunteers operate a Visitor Centre in the village. Car parking is chargeable, although Trust members can park for free in the Trust's car park. Visit our website for more details. The park is open from dawn until dusk.
It's always a bit of a surprise going into Cockington straight from Torquay! From hustle and bustle to tranquility. Give yourself a good about of time to look around the park with its lakes and arboretum, its little hidden nooks and crannies, cottages and hideaway. And take time to see the court with its history, displays, gallery and Seven Dials Cafe (associated with Agatha Christy) The church next to the court, which still has its services and weddings etc, shouldn't be missed. Its celebrating it's 950 anniversary 2020 with many events to look out for (don't miss the Hymns and Pimms) Cockington park also boasts a whole hive of arts and crafts nestled in the old stables and new Seachange Centre; from chocolate to glass blowing, blacksmith to mosaic artists, cakes to bouquets. Have fun!
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