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Nature Reserves and Parks in Dartmouth

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  1. Preston Sands Paignton

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    Preston Sands Paignton

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    Beach

    Paignton

    A short walk from Paignton is Preston Sands, a great family beach. On this safe, clean beach you can sunbathe, swim or make castles in the sand, or why not grab a fishing net and explore the rock pools at low tide?

  2. South West Coast Path

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    South West Coast Path

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    Walking Route

    Dartmouth

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

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

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    Kingswear to Froward Point

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    Walking Route

    South West Coast Path - Kingswear to Froward Point, Dog-friendly Walk

    Castles and cliffs, seals and skylarks, on a coastal circular walk rich in views, history and natural abundance.

    Difficulty: challenging
    Length: 3.5 miles

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  4. 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.

  5. Torre Abbey Sands Torquay

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    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.

  6. Slapton Ley Field Centre

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    Slapton Ley Field Centre

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    Outdoor Activity/Pursuit Centre

    Slapton

    Slapton Ley is the largest natural lake in south-west England. Although it is only separated from the sea by a narrow shingle bar, it is entirely freshwater.The lake is surrounded by Reedbeds, marshes and woodland habitats.

  7. Start Point Lighthouse

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    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.

  8. South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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    South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

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    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 Tourist Information Centre.

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