Number Twenty, Clarence St, Dartmouth

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Things to do, Places to visit - there is much to do in and around Dartmouth - here are a few suggestions.

Beaches.  There are some of the finest beaches in Devon available only a short drive from Dartmouth

The most popular and famous is probably Blackpool Sands but see here for the full list

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dartmouth River Cruises  There are a wide variety of cruises on offer. Choose from

- River Dart criuises

- Dartmouth - Totnes

- Round robin. Totnes, Torquay, Brixham

- Ocean Cruises

Tickets available from the kiosks on the embankment

Hire a boat   A day on the river is a must for a visit to Dartmouth. Either take one of the cruises or better still hire a boat and do it yourself. Boats can be hired by the hour. Instruction and maps are supplied and you can go out to the Castle at the mouth of the estuary and inland as far as Totnes in favourable tide conditions

Dartmouth Castle   One of the most picturesquely- sited fortresses in England. For over six hundred years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary and the port of Dartmouth. It is also a fabulous viewpoint to watch the various types of boats entering and leaving the estuary.

You can walk or drive out there or a nice way to get there is by the Dartmouth Castle Ferry

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Greenway House  Greenway, also known as Greenway House, is an estate on the River Dart near Galmpton in Devon, England. Once the home of famed mystery author Agatha Christie, it is now owned by the National Trust. You can get there by car or by ferry via the Greenway Ferry

Coleton Fishacre - Wonderful National Trust House and gardens jast a few miles from Dartmouth

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