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Dartmouth

One of the best ways to view the town is from the deck of a pleasure boat as it plies it way up and down the estuary, Kingswear on one side, Dartmouth - dominated by the Britannia Royal Naval College - on the other.

 Narrow streets wind their way from the banks of the deep sheltered harbour; bistros, pubs, restaurants and the most fascinating of shops hide around every corner. Visit Bayard's Cove, of "Onedin Line" fame, Woodland Leisure Park Museum and the Castle. Two ferries operate all year round from Dartmouth to Kingswear, making easy access to Torbay. 

Markets: Tuesday - small general, Friday - main general.

Dartmouth
Torquay Millenium Bridge

Torquay

Devon's most popular tourist centre, Torquay, the heart of the "English Riviera" simply sparkles with holiday atmosphere - wonderful beaches, a colourful marina, excellent theatre entertainment, restaurants, sophisticated nightlife and a host of family fun attractions. Complemented by palm trees and sub-tropical flowers, shopping is a delight, whilst the views over the bay from the terraces are positively inspirational. 

Paignton

Great fun for all the family in this real seaside holiday resort, part of Devon's English Riviera. Paignton has all the perfect mix of ingredients - wonderful long, sandy beaches, attractions for the children and entertainment galore.

Perambulate the prom', meander through the gardens, pose on the pier, holiday around the harbour, zoom to the zoo or sizzle on the sands. Whatever you choose, you'll have a great time in Paignton!

Paignton Harbour

Totnes

Totnes

Indoor swimming pool Easily reached by rail Easily reached by coach/bus A town which is the second oldest borough in England and with one thousand years of history to explore; discover the Norman, Medieval and Tudor buildings, the town's museums, the Guildhall and St Mary's church; visit the Castle, North and East Gate. 

Hunt out, if you can, the Leechwells and uncover the legend of the Brutus Stone; browse among the delightful boutiques and shops for arts, crafts, antiques, books and unusual gifts; even more fascinating on "Elizabethan" days! Half Day Closing: Thursday. Markets: Tuesday - Elizabethan Costume (May-Sept, 9am-1pm), Charity/Craft/Collector's Fair (May-Sept, 9am-1pm); Friday - Pannier/Antique/Flea (8am-2pm).

Exeter

Enough to occupy at least a day's sightseeing. Shopping in Exeter is a unique experience, High Street stores in the new Princesshay Centre and designer boutiques, local independents and craft and art galleries in the lanes. Historic Exeter Cathederal, Quay with cafes along the waterside are no to be missed, plus festvals and events throughout the year.

 

Exeter Cathedral

Plymouth

Plymouth Hoe

Plymouth, a navel port for centuries, many famous seafarers left from Plymouth to explore the world, and fought to protect it including Sir Francis Drake who famously carried his game of bowls on Plymouth Hoe before boarding his ship and fighting the Spanish. The Pilgrim Fathers left form the Mayflowers Steps for America. Plymouth offers for the visitor not only its Maritime history but National Marine Aquarium, boat trips, great shopping and cafes.