A two hour gentle walk around the town of Dartmouth taking in historic features of interest.
Level with a steep climb.
This trail includes a very steep climb up Clarence hill. All of the route is even surfaced pavements or roads.
Public transport available to and from Dartmouth. Public transport available to Kingsbridge. For information on public transport in South Hams please call Traveline on 0871 200 22 33 or visit www.traveline.org.uk.
The town has a wide variety of restaurants, cafés and pubs along the route.
Public toilets are situated in the Royal Avenue Gardens or at the Pannier Market.
Parking is available along South Embankment and the boat float, additional pay and display parking is available next to the Royal Avenue Gardens.
Please contact Dartmouth Information Centre on 01803 834224 or visit www.discoverdartmouth.com.
Car parking, many shops, pubs and restaurants, museum and churches, Tourist Information Centre.
Seven centuries ago Dartmouth consisted of two tiny hamlets either side of a tidal creek. Most of the town seen today was once underwater. Follow the route starting from the corner of Duke Street near the boat float.
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