Totnes is quiet and enjoyable market town in the heart of South Devon. It's unique character has made it a regular in the Top 10 towns in the UK. It is also the centre for Transition Towns and the regional business hub with South Hams District Council based there.


The ancient market town of Kingsbridge is about 30 minutes drive from Stoke Gabriel via Totnes. It lies at the top of the Kingsbridge Estuary and has varied selection of shops, cafes, restaurants and pubs which are open all year.

The Kingsbridge Music Festival takes place on 18th, 19th & 20th June 2010. It provides some amazing and talented bands, all from the south west. Visit the website to find out more.


Salcombe is the most southern most town in the South Hams and lies at the entrance to the Kingsbridge Estuary. Salcombe is surrounded by bueatiful countryside and dramatic coastal scenery.

During June 2010 there is the Salcombe Gig Regatta on the 6th and Salcombe Music Festival running from the 11th - 13th. In August you have the Salcombe Town Regatta from 8th - 14th August


Lying at the mouth of the River Dart, Dartmouth is steeped in Navy history.

The Dartmouth Royal Regatta takes place at the end of August with the Red Arrows and other ariel displays. At the beginning of August (3rd - 7th) there is the Dartmouth Shakespeare Week


The fishing port of Brixham is a lively traditional seaside town. Perched on the cliffs over looking Torbay is offers some of the best sea views in South Devon along with fresh sea food.


A lively seaside resort with arcades, a pier and large seaside green. Candy floss and donkey rides make this a fun place to be in the summer months.


The administrative centre of Torbay, Torquay has a bueatiful promonade and harbour with a great theatre.