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Ermington

The village occupies a steeply sloping site on the south-east facing side of the Erme valley a mile or so closer to Dartmoor in the north than the sea four miles to its south.

The Clock Tower on Totnes High Street
Standing at the head of the Dart estuary, the market town of Totnes boasts a population of 8,076 and is the administrative centre of the South Hams. A thriving centre for music, art, theatre and natural health, there is a sizeable alternative New...
Aveton Gifford

Standing at the head on the Avon estuary, about three miles inland from the coast, the village lies with the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with many former farm buildings now converted to residential usage.

Fore Street, Ivybridge
Lying about nine miles to the east of Plymouth, beside the A38 Devon Expressway and at the southern end of Dartmoor, Ivybridge is the largest town in the South Hams. Billing itself as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’, its name comes from the bridge over...
Salcombe

Located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty on the steep western bank of the Kingsbridge Estuary, the town owes its success to its extensive waterfront and naturally sheltered harbour. Initially a shipbuilding and sailing...

Stoke Fleming

The village of Stoke Fleming lies 100 metres above the waters of Start Bay in South Devon, on the A379 road that runs from Dartmouth along the shores of the bay and then inland to Kingsbridge on the Salcombe estuary.

Paignton Pier

Together with Torquay, the compact seaside resort of Paignton is part of the English Riviera and one of the main holiday resorts of South Devon, boasting a mild climate, promenade, traditional pier, colourful beach huts and Paignton Green.

Buckfastleigh
The historic mill town of Buckfastleigh and the neighbouring abbey village of Buckfast are to be found on the southern edge of eastern Dartmoor just to the west of the A38, midway between the cities of Exeter and Plymouth.

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