Towns and Villages
Dartmouth is situated in the area known as The South Hams and famous for its sailing down through the ages.
A perfect destination with countless places to explore and steeped in history.
The town stages events through out 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 country side and villages, there are so many places to go.
One of the earliest Roman towns
The Dart River at Totnes
Salcombe, popular sailing centrehttp://www.salcombeinformation.co.uk
Kingsbridge, ancient market townhttp://www.kingsbridgeinfo.co.uk
Brixham, important fishing port in Torbayhttp://www.brixham.uk.com
Torquay, the English Riviera, South Devon. Visit Kents Cavern. Is a prehistoric cave and award winning visitor attraction. The site was used by Britain’s earliest ancient humans thousands of years ago and today the cave is the only underground visitor centre in the UNESCO Global Geopark, a protected national monument and an internationally renowned prehistoric show cave. Around 25 minutes from Longbow Barns via the Upper ferry route.http://www.kents-cavern.co.uk
Paignton, famous for its long sandy beaches, toddler friendly waters, bustling pier and Paignton Zoo. Paignton Zoo is home to thousands of amazing animals and plants. Visit the desert, cross the savannah, explore the forest and trek through the tropics. It’s a great day out for everyone. About 20 minutes from Longbow Barns via the Upper ferry route.
Newton Abbot, bustling market town since 1220 http://www.newtonabbot-tc.gov.uk
Exeter, capital city of Devon with its magnificent cathedral dates back to Norman times http://www.exeterviews.co.uk
Plymouth, Devons largest maritime city http://www.plymouthbarbican.com
Teignmouth,on the coastal estuary of the river Tein in Lyme Bay http://www.teignmouth-town.co.uk
Sidmouth, elegant Regency seaside towmhttp://www.sidmouth.gov.uk
Exmouth, on the Estuary of the river Exe with 2 miles of golden sands http://www.exmouth-guide.co.uk
Dawlish, small Victorian town dating back to saxon times http://www.dawlish.com
Shaldon, a thriving coastal village oposite Teignmouth http://www.shaldon-devon.co.uk
South Milton village, mentioned in the Doomesday book http://www.south-milton.org.uk
Ivybridge, mill town on the River Erme http://www.ivybridge-devon.co.uk
Brixham. Historically important fishing town located along the South West Coast