I always use the lower ferry when travelling to and from Dartmouth, the staff are always friendly, it has great views either side and its cheaper than the higher ferry.
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Tucked away below high cliffs is this small rocky beach with limestone cliffs, interesting rock formations and views across Lyme Bay to the Dorset coast. Accessed from the coastal path, this beach has lovely sea views and a quiet and peaceful atmosphere suitable for fishing.
Anstey’s Planet ☁🌞🌍
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The VRDL360 is an upcoming 7K 360 camera that has the potential to blow all the other 360 cameras out the water. Pre production shots for the sample camera: Some colour samples: Currently the developers are working on, Manual Exposure Manual Shutter Manual IOS Time Lapse Burst shooting Night shot mode HDR Image Stabilization Increase the…
I hadn’t been in here since they completed the rebuild. It is now a large, modern pub designed around serving food. It has three levels, the front has a big beer garden with tables and umbrellas, I believe it’s the only beer garden offering outdoor dining in Dartmouth. There are several cool metal sculptures of dragons around and some wall art of ships from all ages on the River Dart and in Dartmouth Harbour.
Take a walk through Brunel Wood and you’ll stumble across a clearing where this memorial lies hidden away in memory of Isambard Kingdom Brunel.
A picturesque walk around Waterhead Creek in Kingswear. Follow around the creek and through the woods above the creek. Look out for wildlife, boats on moorings and of course the stunning views across the creek to the river Dart.
Just a stones throw across to the town of Dartmouth, Kingswear is a charming village that has some stunning views across the River Dart.