Dartmouth is situated in the area known as The South Hams and has been famous for it’s unique deep water Port down through the ages.

It is a perfect destination, steeped in history, and has many places to explore.

The town stages events throughout the year and today remains a busy working port with a variety of coves and beaches lying north and south of the town. Surrounded by beautiful Devon countryside and villages, there are so many places to go.



Dartmouth Town centre with it’s unique position at the place where the beautiful River Dart reaches the sea.

Dartmouth-Town-harbour.1Dartmouth Town Harbour.








Dartmouth-Estuary-from-Bayards-Cove..Dartmouth Estuary, from Bayards Cove.








Dartmouth Festivals and Events.








The-Royal-Avenue-Gardens-Dartmouth.The Royal Avenue Gardens, Dartmouth.








Dartmouth-Town.3Dartmouth Town.








Historical-Dartmouth-TownDartmouth Town embankment shops and resturants.








Foss-Street-Dartmouth-TownShopping in Foss Street, Dartmouth.








Butter-Walk-Dartmouth.The Butter Walk, Victoria Street, Dartmouth








Britannia Royal Naval College.








The Dartmouth Estuary.








The World” cruise liner visiting Dartmouth.








The New Upper Ferry.











In Dartmouth Town. Thomas Newcomen one of Dartmouth’s favourite sons was the inventer of the first practicable atmospheric steam engine, the Newcomen engine. This was to have a profound effect on the ability to mine from great depths, thus assisting the dawning industrial revolution.




The Dartmouth Museum is a small, but fascinating and interesting museum housed in an atmospheric old merchant’s house, built in aproximately 1640.


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