Free Things to Do in Dartmouth

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  1. Branscombe beach

    Unique Devon Tours

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    Tour Guide

    Newton Abbot

    Unique Devon Tours is a multi-award winning company offering exclusive guided tours of Devon and the surrounding area for small groups of up to six people.

  2. Strete Gate

    Strete Gate

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    Beach

    Strete, Dartmouth

    A long beach of sand and shingle from Start Point towards Stoke Fleming, a good example of a coastal bar. Dogs allowed all year.

  3. South West Coast Path

    South West Coast Path

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    Over 35 South West Coast Path Walks in and around Dartmouth.

  4. SWCP Dartmouth & Dittisham

    SWCP Dartmouth & Dittisham

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

     A challenging but breathtaking 5mile (8km) walk following the River Dart Trail along the western bank of the river, with spectacular views over the water and across to Tor Bay. Part of the South West Coast Path and part of the South Devon Area of…

  5. Dartmouth Castle to Gallants Bower

    Dartmouth Castle to Gallants Bower

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    Dartmouth Castle to Gallants Bower
    A peaceful woodland walk up to the earthworks of a Civil War fort. You’ll soon see why it was built there; it offers commanding views inland, along the coast and out to sea.

  6. Dartmouth Town Trail

    Dartmouth Town Trail

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    An easy 1.2mile (2.0km) walk around the history and heritage of Dartmouth Town. 

  7. Torre Abbey Sands Torquay

    Torre Abbey Sands Torquay

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    Beach

    Torquay

    This delectable beach is part of the English Riviera and it lives up to its name with its stunning sands, views and sunshine. This is the main beach for Torquay, being popular with holidaymakers from the surrounding hotels, day visitors and locals.

  8. Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve

    Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve

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    Conservation

    Slapton

    Slapton Ley is the largest natural freshwater lake in the south west - a great day out for wildlife enthusiasts.

  9. Slapton Sands

    Slapton Sands

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    Beach

    Slapton, Nr Dartmouth

    Slapton is nationally important for its coastal geomorphology. It is an example of a shingle beach enclosing a coastal lagoon, Slapton Ley. Wonderful views of the whole of Start Bay from Dartmouth to Start Point. Dogs allowed all year.

  10. Start Point Lighthouse

    Start Point Lighthouse

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    Viewpoint

    Kingsbridge

    The Start Point Lighthouse, which has guided vessels along the English Channel for over 150 years, is situated on one of the most exposed peninsulas on the English Coast.

  11. Dartmouth Marker from footpath near Coleton Fishacre. Photographer Paul Roberts, Devon.

    Kingswear to Froward Point

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    A 5 mile challenging walk, taking in castles and cliffs, seals and skylarks, on a coastal circular walk rich in views, history and natural abundance.

    This walk takes you from the pretty village of Kingswear, across to the Day Mark Tower, a…

  12. Little Dartmouth & Dartmouth Castle Circular Walk

    Little Dartmouth & Dartmouth Castle Circular Walk

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    Small, but perfectly formed, this satisfying circuit is full of character and interest, offering glorious views from the cliffs, the tang of the sea close up on the rocky shore, the rich history of the castle and the beautiful River Dart.

  13. The Newcomen Engine

    The Newcomen Engine

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    Type:

    Museum

    Dartmouth

    The Newcomen Engine House, attached to Dartmouth Visitor Centre , houses one of the few surviving 'Atmospheric Engines'. Built in 1720 to Thomas Newcomen's original design, this is the oldest preserved steam engine in the …

  14. Torcross

    Torcross

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    Beach

    Torcross Nr Dartmouth

    Popular shingle beach. Beautiful views of Slapton Ley, Slapton Sands and out to sea.

  15. Diamond Jubilee Way, Dartmouth

    Diamond Jubilee Way, Dartmouth

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    Created to commemorate the 60th anniversary in 2012 of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II's accession to the throne, this 6 kilometre (3 3/4 mile) waymarked circular walk, in the shape of a diamond, takes you through some of the most glorious coastal cou

  16. The Nautical Trail - 7 Day South West Coast Path Trail

    The Nautical Trail - 7 Day South West Coast Path Trail

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Explore the beautiful South Devon coastline for high cliffs, estuaries, rolling countryside and a region steeped in maritime history with this 7 day walking trail along the South West Coast Path. 

  17. Dartmouth Town Centre to Dartmouth Castle

    Dartmouth Town Centre to Dartmouth Castle

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

    Visit Dartmouth Castle at the mouth of the Dart and discover the history over the centuries along your way. This easy walk take approximatley 40 minutes.

  18. Bayard's cove

    River Dart & Estuary

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    Type:

    Country Park/Nature Reserve

    Dartmouth

    One of the country's prime destinations for 'Green Tourism', the Dart Estuary aims to give visitors the best experience they can have without putting more pressure on the environment.

  19. South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

    South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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    Type:

    Conservation

    Explore and enjoy the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. As well as the coast and countryside events guide for May - October pick up the AONB guide from the Dartmouth Visitor Centre.

  20. Dartmouth to Greenway - The Dart Valley Trail

    Dartmouth to Greenway - The Dart Valley Trail

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    Type:

    Walking Route

    Mayors Avenue, Dartmouth

    One of the area's truly great walks, this daylong ramble follows the wooded banks of the broad and beautiful river Dart, on a route crammed with gems and jewels of human and natural history.

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