A seaside resort in south England, Torquay is one of the earliest inhabited
areas judged by the Paleolithic era items discovered there.
Despite changes in tourism trends with more citizens opting for vacations
abroad, Torquay still remains a popular short stay destination.
Torquay is noted for its many beaches and their water quality, and has been
called the "English Riviera."
Attractions in Torquay
Babbacombe Model Village
- marine animal and bird exhibits
Kents Cavern -
Stone Age excavations
Oldway Mansion - lesser scale version of Versailles Palace's Hall of
- natural history depository established circa 1845