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holiday cottages near Salcombe
Salcombe in south Devon is the most southern resort in Devon. Having a fantastic location at the mouth of the Kingsbridge estuary. Salcombe was originally a fishing town, and although some fishing still takes place, there is nowhere near the amount as in its fishing peak. Tourism is now one of the main incomes for this town, and in the summer the narrow lanes are quite full of holiday-makers.
Sailors are also drawn to Salcombe, and the estuary is full of small boats throughout the year, keeping the many boatyards along the banks busy.
The entrance to the estuary is dominated by the ruins of Fort Charles, a relic from the civil war which adds some character to this lovely part of the world.
A stay in a holiday cottage in Salcombe will leave you occupied during your entire stay; explore the town and the brightly coloured cottages, which are mixed in with the ships chandlers spread throughout the side of the estuary. The Salcombe Nautical Museum is well worth a look too, if you have a nautical interest. You can also go for a boat trip around the estuary, giving you a different perspective to Salcombe.
The those who like walking, Salcombe offers some delights - with the walking around these parts being fantastic. The coast paths offer some fresh sea air to leave you feeling fully revived! For those looking for a beach, you won't be disappointed. "South Sands" and "North Sands" offer some great beaches and swimming in the sea.
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