Blog Posts - English Riviera



Five Go Mad in Devon and Cornwall

Excuse me going a bit Alan Carr for a moment, but what a month it's been!  We headed west about a month ago for a long holiday around Devon and Cornwall, came home for a couple of days to frantically catch up with laundry and post, then stayed i...
by Attachment Mummy on Jun 13, 2016

Top Days Out for Families In and Around the English Riviera

Are you heading to the English Riviera for your holidays this summer?  If not, why not?  This sun-kissed slice of English coastline is the perfect place to holiday with young children.  Easily accessible from most parts of the UK, by b...
by Attachment Mummy on May 30, 2016

Torquay in September – celebrate Agatha Christie

As you might have noticed from the theme of some of my last posts, currently my travel inspiration is totally focused on the UK. The more I look, the more I want to pack my bags and go off something like ..tomorrow! I could have had the pleasure year...
by glamour granny travels on Sep 12, 2015

Holiday Apartment in Torquay

They don’t call Torbay the English Riviera for nothing, and it sheltered position on the coast of South Devon means the resort has warm weather and its own handy microclimate. This is good news for the many who choose to holiday in the area each ye...

Torquay and Cockington – The English Riviera, South Devon

One of the latest videos promoting Torbay from TheEnglishTC Really shows Torquay and Cockington at it’s best – make you want to be there...

Reflections: Night time view of Torquay Harbour from a beautiful...

Reflections: Night time view of Torquay Harbour from a beautiful apartment...
by i don't drink tea on Apr 18, 2012

Sleuths

This week  the fourth festival of crime and thriller writing in the birthplace of the world’s most widely-read crime writer, Dame Agatha Christie is taking place on The English Riviera starting on 18th April. Programme of Events: Wednesday 18 Apr...
by Torquay Bed and Breakfast Blog on Apr 16, 2012


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