Nearby Towns & Villages



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  1. Brixham

    Brixham a maritime treasure, where life centres on the bustling harbour, one of Britain's busiest fishing ports.Wander around the harbour side gift shops, watch the fishermen unloading their daily catch, sample freshly caught...

  2. Dartmouth

    Dartmouth is a seaport on the South Devon coast and is a famous centre for yachting it has a first-class deepwater natural harbour, with its narrow streets, half timbered houses make it a haven for yachtsmen and visiting tourists...

  3. Dawlish

    Dawlish and the first settlersThe people who first settled in Dawlish lived on the higher grounds such as Haldon. These were fishermen and salt makers who would venture down to the coast to net fish and gather salt. Salt was abundant in...

  4. Dawlish Warren

    To the north of Dawlish, is Dawlish Warren - a sandy spit that extends for two miles into the mouth of the Exe estuary. The beach has a gentle slope down to the sea, providing a perfect spot for bathing in a safe environment. Perfect for...

  5. Shaldon

    SHALDONThe picturesque village of Shaldon is connected to Teignmouth its larger neighbour via a narrow bridge. Shaldon is a village with plenty of character. Narrow streets and little alleyways wind their way through thatched cottages...

  6. Teignmouth

      Teignmouth is an historic port on the mouth of the Teign estuary. It has all the attractions of a seaside town, including a Victorian pier. Teignmouth is a working harbour, with many vessels, large ships, fishing boats and...

  7. Totnes

    Totnes Totnes has a long history; it was one of the five Devonshire towns originally mentioned in the Doomsday Book. It was one of the wealthiest towns in medieval and Tudor Devon (second only to Exeter) The town's wealth, and...