Salcombe is Devon's southernmost town.
Being sheltered from the prevailing winds it enjoys a very mild climate.
The natural harbour offers a haven for yachtsmen and fishermen.
Salcombe is a relaxed, laid back town with a character all of its own.
The steep, narrow winding streets in the town centre offer breathtaking views of the estuary.
The shops here at excellent, quaint, and full of surprises - don't miss the Chocolate Factory!
A good selection of restaurants, bistros and pubs offer the opportunity to eat and drink on the
waterside terraces - whilst watching the harbour and estuary activities.
The shellfish, lobster and crab around here are internationally renowned.
There are also beaches, galleries, museums and splendidly scenic coastal walks.
Salcombe and the surrounding area offers an outstanding choice of holiday accommodation.
Stay in a pretty thatched cottage, a stone barn conversion or an elegant marine apartment.
This is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
- so the camping and caravan parks are discreetly located - often amid very pretty surroundings.
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