There is so much to do and see in Torbay that it is difficult to know where to begin. Here are some popular destinations served by Local Link.
Paignton Zoo is home to thousands of amazing animals and plants. Visit the desert, cross the savannah, explore the forest and trek through the tropics. Use your senses to discover the wild world: look around, listen out - you'll even need your sense of smell! It's a great day out for everyone.Visit the Paignton Zoo website
Living Coasts is an innovative coastal zoo and discovery centre where you can take a journey around the coasts of the world and see amazing animals and plants in specially-designed naturalistic habitats. It is an educational and scientific charity dedicated to conserving our global wildlife heritage and inspiring its visitors to have a life long respect for animals and the environment.Visit the Living Coasts website
Our network includes the unique 62 service from Torquay Harbourside to Cockington Village, Manor House and Country Park. This area of outstanding natural beauty is world famous. This timeless medieval estate, with its thatched cottages and quaint working blacksmiths is truly quaint.
Why not take an unforgettable tour by horse-drawn carriage? The video below gives you some idea of what to expect.Visit the Cockington Court website
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A trip to Torbay would not be complete without a visit to Occombe Farm. This organically run farm is situated within the rolling Devon landscape and is served by our 60 service from Torquay Harbouside and 61 service from Paignton Bus Station.Visit the Occombe Farm website
Torre Abbey is a historic building and art gallery in Torquay. It was founded in 1196 as a monastery for Premonstratensian canons, and is now the best-preserved medieval monastery in Devon and Cornwall. In addition to its medieval and Georgian rooms, Torre Abbey is known for the formal gardens, for the third largest art collection in the county of Devon and for regular exhibitions by contemporary artists.Visit the Torre Abbey website
Situated on a creek of the River Dart, Stoke Gabriel Village is a popular tourist destination in the South Hams, famous for its mill pond and crab fishing (crabbing).Visit the Stoke Gabriel website