VISIT BRIXHAM

Brixham is a fishing town within the district of Torbay in Devon, England. It is one of the busiest fishing ports in the United Kingdom and is home to some of the finest seafood’s which can be found in local harbourside restaurants or from the quayside fishmongers. But it’s not all about the fish.

You can find a full-size replica of ‘Sir Francis Drake’s Golden Hind’ which is permanently moored within the inner harbour. This is an attraction you can visit and explore the decks and immerse yourself into the history. Find out more here www.goldenhind.co.uk

Brixham offers a wide range of sights to see and walks to get to them. The lighthouse situated half a mile down the breakwater offers stunning panoramic views of Brixham Marina and Torquay and Paignton in the distance. There is also an outside swimming pool filled with sea water named Shoalstone for people of all ages to enjoy in the summer months.

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Brixham high street is host to a wide variety of boutiques, café’s, fish and chip shops and fishmongers. The harbourside also boasts a great range of historic pubs, bars, and restaurants.

If you’re feeling adventurous, why not visit Berry Head Nature Reserve. By foot it can be hilly at times but offers stunning woodland views or you can visit by car and pay on exit at the designated car park. The reserve offers panoramic views of Torbay, historical sights, café, and toilets. You also can see the highest yet shortest lighthouse in the country. This is a fantastic place for dog walks and fun for all the family.  


 

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