|The Agatha Christie Literary Trail|
Although I've been to Torquay many times before, I've never retraced the steps of the Queen of Crime, so it was exciting to see all the sites that Agatha would have visited when she was alive.
|Agatha Christie bust|
|Plaque of statue unveiled in 1990|
|The Imperial Hotel, built in 1866|
On the way back down the hill, you pass the Royal Torbay Yacht Club, where Agatha's father Frederick Miller was a member.
You can also see some stunning views of Beacon Cove. In Agatha's day it was known as the Ladies Bathing Cove. She swam here frequently and once nearly drowned when she was 13.
Sadly the Pavilion is closed at the moment but this is the site of Agatha's engagement to her first husband Archie Christie.
It's also nice to walk to the end of the Princess Pier and back again. It was built in 1890 and was a favourite spot of Agatha's. She roller-skated on the Pier when she was a child.
|The Grand Hotel|
Have you walked the Agatha Christie Mile? If so, which landmarks did you enjoy seeing?