Relocating Dental Professionals to Devon

Devon is a county in southwest England. It encompasses sandy beaches, fossil cliffs, medieval towns and moorland national parks. The English Riviera is a series of picturesque, south-coast harbour towns including Torquay, Paignton and Brixham. The South West Coast Path follows the coastline, taking in the towering cliffs of the northern Exmoor Coast and rock formations on the fossil-rich southern Jurassic Coast.

Plymouth

Plymouth is a vibrant waterfront city packed full of attractions, activities, shopping, entertainment and sightseeing. Come rain or shine you’ll find something for everyone among the city streets, surrounding countryside and marine environment beyond. 

There are well-known landmarks, historical sites and natural assets to explore across Plymouth’s many unique areas and districts. Wander the Barbican’s quaint cobbled quayside following in the Mayflower Pilgrims’ footsteps or visit the National Marine Aquarium with its deepwater fish tanks.

trip around the Sound from the Mayflower Steps. There’s more family fun to be had up on the Hoe where you can climb the iconic Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse, take the plunge at Tinside Lido, our restored Art Deco swimming pool or simply take in the panoramic view of busy boating activity from this stunning natural amphitheatre.

Further afield you can stroll round the many stately homes and gardens, get up close to some big cats at Dartmoor Zoological Park, or go for a hike or bike ride through the magnificant Dartmoor National Park.

Plymouth is also located at the mouth of the River Tamar, set in the UK's youngest area of outstanding natural beauty. Unspoilt and still relatively unknow, the Tamar Valley retains it's unique character and beauty. Take the Tamar Valley Train or a boat trip, it's well worth exploring the surrounding area.


Torquay

Welcome to Torquay, a traditional yet thriving seaside town set on Devon's English Riviera coast.  If you haven't visited for a while, then banish those thoughts of a resort that has seen its hey day.... the best is yet to come. With its iconic palm trees, busy harbour, international marina, sandy beach and wonderful array of continental style cafes, restaurants and cocktail bars, the scene is set for the perfect Devon seaside holiday or short break.

This quintessential bucket and spade resort appeared in The Guardian in late 2016, being described as one of "Britain's most booming seaside towns, undergoing a style revival with Michelin starred restaurants and swanky yachts"!  You only have to drive along the seafront or take a stroll along the promenade to know that this is true.


Exeter

A small city that packs a big punch, Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in England.

Pre-dating the arrival of the Romans in AD 50, Exeter’s history is rich and long. This is reflected in its fascinating visitor attractionsincluding its unique Underground Passages, free Red Coat Guided Tours, magnificent Cathedral, imposing Roman wall and beautiful Quayside. Exeter is also home to the award-winning Royal Albert Memorial Museum where visitors can explore the city’s 2,000-year history under one roof!

Exeter has a real sense of individuality, its varied cultural scene is embraced by proud locals, and the diverse mix of eateries means it is renowned as one of the foodie capitals of the South West. Head to the West Quarter or the cobbled Gandy Street to discover great mix of independent shops and boutiques, cafes and bars.

When it comes to culture Exeter is renowned in the south west for its independent arts scene. It is also firmly on the map as a destination for top sporting events and music. A good mix of independent venues such as the Exeter Phoenix, and large venues such as nearby Powderham Castle play host to a packed calendar of events and festivals throughout the year.

In Exeter we love the outdoors. The city's location in the heart of Devon, surrounded by miles of countryside and close to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, means there are plenty of opportunities for adventure. This is the perfect place to try a new activity, or simply relax and enjoy the stunning scenery.


Salcombe

Salcombe is a popular resort town in the South Hams district of Devon, south west England. The town is close to the mouth of the Kingsbridge Estuary, mostly built on the steep west side of the estuary. It lies within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Salcombe - Devon

Illfracombe

illfracombe’s reputation as the culinary and cultural hub of North Devon has been steadily growing for the past few years, with many visitors referring to it as the new St. Ives. The seaside town is home to renowned artist Damien Hirst’s famous 20m high sculpture, Verity and a collection of local galleries featuring a mix of local and international artists. If you’re visiting in May, you’ll also be able to take in the town’s Art Trail, featuring open studios, live music and locally produced food. For other creative entertainment, check out the programme at Ilfracombe’s Landmark Theatre, ranging from vintage festivals to internationally acclaimed music, drama and comedies.

This picturesque harbour town is steeped in maritime history and remains one of the key working fishing ports in North Devon, reflected in the local menus. Try the restaurants on ‘foodie’ Fore Street and around the Harbour for high-quality menus featuring seasonal, local produce.

If you’re after family entertainment, discover our local underwater world at award-winning Ilfracombe Aquarium and maritime history at the unique Tunnels Beaches. For a real mix, visit Watermouth Castle where you can explore the history of the Victorian castle, as well as a theme park with several fairground rides and a beautiful garden.


Dartmouth

The beautifull town of Dartmouth in South Devon. Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year round destination for a short break, day visit or holiday.

With numerous festivals and events, exhibitions and markets taking place throughout the year, as well as a great range of attractions and activities both in Dartmouth and nearby, there is always something happening in this vibrant harbour town.

If it’s food you love, there is no better place to immerse yourself in Devon’s local produce, from seafood to ice-cream and fudge, the town is a food-lovers paradise.

No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.

Breathe the Devon Air

There’s no better place than Dartmouth to get out and about in the fresh Devon air. Put on your boots and get walking to enjoy the stunning South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South West Coast Path, both of which are on the town’s doorstep.

You can discover the stunning South Devon countryside by car, foot, bike or boat – the River Dart is nature’s playground for those who love exploring. And the beaches in and around Dartmouth are some of the best in the west.

Start point lighthouse, dartmouth
Dartmouth - Wildlife

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