Attractions in Paignton in general Reviews
Newest Review: ... house, through the fields and on down to the river Dart. The track runs alongside the river all the way to Kingswear and again the scenery is stunning. At Kingswear you can take a ferry across the river to Dartmouth and spend an enjoyable few hours exploring the town before returning to the train. Alternatively, you can take a boat up the river to Totnes, and the captain will point out all the places of interest on the way. There is also an abundance of wildlife so take your binoculars. Once arriving at Totnes you can take the bus through the winding Devon roads back to Paignton. A lovely day out for anyone – young or old. Torbay h... more
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by - written on 27/08/01, updated on 27/08/01 (Very useful, 193 readings)
I thought that I ought to redress the balance – there are several opinions on Torquay but none on my ‘adopted’ hometown of Paignton. Paignton is one of three towns which make up Torbay or ‘The English Riviera’ as we like to be known. Slightly grandiose title but it is probably the nearest you will find to the French Riviera here in good old Britain. Torquay is the largest town which gets most of the publicity & Brixham , at the other end of the Bay, is the other town, famous world wide for it’s fishing industry and historical connections. However, I shall concentrate on Paignton otherwise I will be up all night. Again! ... Read the complete review
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