Hope Cove, Devon

Hope Cove is situated about 5 miles west of Salcombe. History The documented origins of Hope Cove in Devon date back as far as 1281. Hope Cove is actually two connected villages known as Inner Hope and Outer Hope. Remotely situated, the population mainly relied on fishing as way of making a living, particularly for […]

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Babbacombe, Devon

Babbacombe, a village in its own right within Torquay, is a truly unique and fun place to visit. It is a spectacular place to take your family or even to just take a day of relaxation for yourself. Babbacombe has even been called, the ‘Jewel in the Crown’ of the English Riveria! Oddicombe beach Among […]

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Dartmouth, Devon

Dartmouth, as it name suggests, lies on the banks of the River Dart estuary, within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  With its narrow lanes and stairways, in an area packed with Elizabethan and Medieval buildings, Dartmouth is a great place to stop by in this part of Devon. The town has a […]

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Dawlish, Devon

The little regency resort town, nestling between steep surrounding hills has several popular beaches. These include the famous Dawlish Warren which is both a holiday destination and also a wildlife haven. The town itself, particularly around the seafront, is like many of the resort towns in South Devon, a classic of Regency and early Victorian […]

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Brixham, Devon

Brixham is a picturesque fishing town set into the cliffs at the southern end of Torbay. Fishing and tourism are its major industries, and Brixham is the town where the fishing trawler was invented in the 19th century Brixham is a hilly town with life revolving around its busy harbour, where the daily catch is […]

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