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Torquay Stag Do, Party & Weekend Activities

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Torquay Stag Weekends


Torquay may be a little seaside town, but who says it's not going to be as fun as one of the big cities. This little town is not lacking in character whatsoever, with...

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bsp;iconic palm trees, busy harbour, international marina, sandy beach and wonderful array of continental style cafes, restaurants and cocktail bars, the scene is set for the perfect Torquay Stag Party. So why not make Torquay your destination for an unforgettable stag weekend.


History and Culture:


Torquay and the whole English Riviera are designated a UNESCO-recognised Global Geopark because of the internationally significant geology, spectacular coastline. Torquay is a seaside town in Devon, England, part of the unitary authority area of Torbay. It lies 18 miles (29 km) south of the county town of Exeter and 28 miles (45 km) east-north-east of Plymouth, on the north of Tor Bay, adjoining the neighbouring town of Paignton on the west of the bay and across from the fishing port of Brixham. In the 2011 UK Census, Torquay's population was 65,245, about half of that of the whole of Torbay. 


Famous for:


Torquay is renowned for it healthy climate and is nicknamed the English Riveria. It also is home to the former Gleneagles Hotel which was the inspiration behind the Fawlty Towers tv show, a British situation comedy first broadcast in the mid-1970s. It is also famous for it’s beautiful seaside and waters which see’s world class sailing races take place regularly in the horseshoe shaped bay.


Travel Information:


Airports – The closest airport to Torquay would be Exeter which flies all around the world. It is a 26-mile drive from Torquay. You also have Bristol Airport, but it is 90 miles away. 


Railways – Babbacombe Cliff Railway is Torquay’s railway station and links the Babbacombe Downs with Oddicombe Beach. A train could be caught from here to London in just over 3 hours. 


Roads – Torquay is connected to the UK motorway network by the A380, which traces the outskirts of the town as Hellevoetsluis Way and Hamelin Way, leading to the A38 and the M5 at Exeter. 


Torquay Stag Ideas:


Torquay may be a small seaside town but there are still lots of things to do in and around the town. We offer a wide variety of activities to suit all walks of life. Why not try your hand at golf at one of Torquay’s beautiful courses? Or if you’re into your cars, then we offer a rally driving experience that’s as fast and exnihilating as it sounds.


Another popular activity is Paintballing as well as airsoft experience which are both amazingly fun activities. Clay pigeon shooting can also be arranged which is a great idea for you and your stags.


Night Life:


This seaside town may not be the biggest of places but that does not mean that they don’t know how to party! There are lots of clubs and restaurants to choose from, as well as live music in many of the towns wonderful and lively bar. A few suggestions to try out whilst you are there include:


Soho Bar and Lounge -  Torquay's SOHO Cocktail Lounge and Bar has an extensive menu of contemporary and world-renowned Cocktails. They are all, very reasonably priced and of the highest quality. 


The Foundry - Club with a huge dance floor for DJ mixes, cocktails and live acoustic music in the lounge. 


Revolution Torquay - Individually styled chain bar with a global menu of comfort-food classics and nightly happy hours. 


Yates Bar - Sizable chain pub in an old hotel, with simple menus and real ales, plus outside area and free Wi-Fi.


Food/Restaurants:


You won’t go hungry in this seaside town. Nicknamed England’s Seafood Coast you can enjoy the day’s catch on tables both grand and homely across Torbay. Local chefs make the most of the abundance of fresh produce, locally grown on our fertile red soil. And we’ve got some award winning locally made ale and wine to wash it all down too. It’s not all about blowing big bucks either; there are eateries to suit all taste buds and virtually every budget.


Some of the best restaurants include:


Pier Point Restaurant and Bar - Vibrant seafront restaurant with glass facade for locally sourced mains and pizzas, plus breakfast.


Bistro Pierre - Regional French dishes appear on the breakfast, lunch and dinner menus of this chain bistro.


The Elephant Restaurant - Ground-floor brasserie with more formal room above serving creative dishes with a local flavour.


Amici - Smart Italian restaurant near the harbour, offering hand-stretched pizza and classic pasta dishes. 


The Orange Tree Restaurant - Regularly-changing menu of British and European fare made from seasonal produce


 


 


 

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