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English Riviera launches Agatha Christie Trail

PUBLISHED: 12:53 25 March 2011 | UPDATED: 19:05 20 February 2013

English Riviera launches Agatha Christie Trail

English Riviera launches Agatha Christie Trail

The new English Riviera Tourism Company has launched an exciting 'Agatha Christie Literary Trail' based on the 20 special places that inspired her life and works across the English Riviera and South Devon.

The new English Riviera Tourism Company has launched an exciting Agatha Christie Literary Trail based on the 20 special places that inspired her life and works across the English Riviera and South Devon.


With a front cover boasting an iconic Poirot image, (pictured above), the new trail leaflet includes an authentic and detailed map, complete with Agatha Christie connections.

Agatha Christie lovers will enjoy matching up the novels with the beautifully designed English Riviera map contained in the leaflet. From Murder on the Links, to The Body in the Library, Dead Mans Folly and the ABC Murders and many more, visitors and locals alike can get on the trail of Miss Marple and Hercule Poirots famous investigations and enjoy a fascinating trip to the gorgeous English Riviera Global Geopark.

In addition to the new literary trail, the leaflet also features the famous Agatha Christie Mile in Torquay, which takes people to some of the additional places that were so special to her in her younger years including: Princess Pier where she enjoyed roller-skating, Beacon Cove where she was a regular swimmer and the Victorian Pavilion where she loved to dance.

Also new is an inspiring two-minute film, which features Agatha Christie speaking and footage of some great local scenery. Now available on You Tube it can be seen at www.youtube.com/watch?v=HFuuMrEIIN0

To obtain your copy of the new Agatha Christie Literary Trail leaflet call the new English Riviera Tourism Companys Visitor Information Service on 0844 474 22 33 or email holiday@englishriviera.co.uk providing your full postal address.

Visit www.englishriviera.co.uk/agathachristie




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