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PRESENT DARTMOUTH


WHERE DID IT ALL START? So much of Dartmouth’s daily life centres on and around the River Dart which has shaped the town’s landscape since its steep valley sides were created in the Ice Age. Many important historical events have taken place on the waterway; from 12th century merchants trading wine and wool to the arrival of the pilgrims on board the Mayflower on their way to discover a new world (America) in 1620.


WHAT’S AROUND US Dartmouth is bookended by two imposing buildings, the Britannia Royal Naval College at one end and Dartmouth Castle standing proud at the mouth of the river. High above the town is Jawbones Hill where you can sit with a picnic and take in the breathtaking scenery. On the other side of the water, a walk to the Daymark will keep you fit. Or pack your towel and cossie and head west along the coast to Blackpool Sands.


DAYS OUT Why not forget the car and get stuck into one of the numerous activities which are just a stroll away. River trips leave from the main jetty taking visitors to the picturesque village of Dittisham where children spend hours crabbing on the pontoon and seafood lovers enjoy the culinary delights on offer at the Anchorstone Café. Other boats continue a little further up river to the historic town of Totnes with its medieval castle. The steam train chugs up and down a scenic seven mile stretch of line to Paignton from where, in the summer, you can catch an open top bus to Torquay. Paignton Zoo is a short bus or car journey away. If it’s thrills you are after, Woodlands Leisure Park with its water slides and falconry centre is just 6 miles from Dartmouth near Blackawton.


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