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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.

Kingskerswell War Memorial

Until December 2015 when the South Devon Highway was opened the village, straddling the A380 between Newton Abbot and Torquay, was effectively divided by a continuous stream of heavy traffic, with more than 35,000 vehicles passing through each...

Kingsbridge
Sitting on the Salcombe estuary and the third largest town in the South Hams, after Ivybridge and Totnes, Kingsbridge is today a market town and popular tourist destination, particularly if you’re a water sports enthusiast.
Brixham

Still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK, Brixham remains a working town. Originally two separate communities, with Cowtown at the top of the hill being where farmers lived and Fishtown, at the bottom, where the seamen lived. The two were...

Plympton

Plympton is an ancient Stannary town, an important trading centre in the past for locally mined tin and, until the River Plym silted up, a seaport, at which point trade moved down river to Plymouth.

The town is actually older than Plymouth...

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.

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...

Church Street, Modbury

Dating from the eighth century and located within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty the small market town of Modbury, some 12 miles to the east of Plymouth and about 5 miles from the South Devon coast, lies surrounded by rolling...

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