South Devon is easy to reach by road with the M5 bringing you to the region before linking to the A38, which runs through the centre of the county linking Exeter and Plymouth.
Travelling South take the M5 to Exeter then the A38 towards Plymouth leaving at the Totnes turning onto the A384. On reaching Totnes turn right at the major set of traffic lights onto the A381 following signs to Dartmouth. Continue to follow signs for Dartmouth turning left onto the A3122 at Halwell. Total distance from Totnes approximately 12 miles.
There are a number of bus routes operating in and around Dartmouth, connecting the town to a number of surrounding towns as well as Exeter and Plymouth. The principal bus operator in Devon is Stagecoach South West, more details on Stagecoach can be found here.
The nearest Airport is Exeter Airport, for all flight options to Exeter Airport visit: www.exeter-airport.co.uk
Exeter is approximately 45 miles by car from Dartmouth, though Exeter has excellent train transport links to Totnes.
Bristol Airport is approximately 108 miles via car to Dartmouth, or via train to Totnes.
For all flight options to Bristol Airport visit: www.bristolairport.co.uk
The nearest National Express departure point is Totnes, 12 miles from Dartmouth.
Travelling Around Dartmouth
Explore Dartmouth by Boat
There are 2 passenger and car ferries in Dartmouth that shuttle back and forth between Dartmouth and Kingswear. The Higher Ferry and Lower Ferry. These run 7 days a week.
There are 2 other ferries providing access to the Dartmouth Castle (01803 835034, runs Easter – October) and Dittisham to Greenway.
Explore Dartmouth by Bus
Exploring Dartmouth by bus allows you to experience the countryside views without the hassle of driving or parking. Stagecoach is the main operator in Devon – you can find out more information about Stagecoach services here.
Exploring South Devon by Car
Exploring Dartmouth’s roads and lanes is part of the holiday experience in Devon.