Visiting Salcombe?

Salcombe is a beautiful place to visit in both summer and winter.
In the summer you can enjoy sun, sea, sand and watersports with great shopping, restaurants, pubs and entertainment in the form of thetown regatta,yacht club regattaand Salcombe festival. Salcombe has great beaches for the family and even in the height of summer the coast provides some great little hideaways you can find via the coast path or boat. The water is turquoise and the sand golden and the town is buzzing with visitors...
In winter things are slightly quieter! You can walk for hours on the coast path and not see another soul. The beaches are empty apart from the odd dog walker and the sea can be a spectacular cauldron of white water, or, if you catch it on a calm day it can look as inviting as any summer day! Most of the shops are still open and good pub food is available in the cute local pubs. If you walk round to the fish quay you could even go and buy fresh Salcombe scallops, crab and fish.

Places to stay

Salcombe Holiday Homes - Select your self-catering accommodation from our choice of luxury, exclusive, houses, large and small, cosy cottages and waterside apartments.
Coast and Country Cottages - Coast and Country Cottages offer holiday accommodation in the Southernmost tip of Devon to suit every taste and budget, including cosy thatched cottages, farm cottages in rural locations, converted barns, family seaside properties, luxury waterside apartments, comfortable bungalows, stylish studios, pet friendly houses close to unspoilt beaches and larger properties perfect for a big group.
The Coach House - Luxury boutique bed and breakfast accommodation.... nestling in the heart of the idyllic Collaton valley, only minutes from Salcombe, leading down to the beautiful beaches of North and South Sands. Relax and enjoy this peaceful Devon hideaway.... our luxurious detached en-suite accommodation includes private lounge, garden and BBQ area.

Things to do...

Try some mackerel fishingor go deep sea angling!Phoenix Charters -provides sea fishing out of Salcombe for bass, cod, pollock, ray, sole, plaice, shark, conger eel, mackeral and other species. Angling like you always wanted it.
Have a go at gig rowing!Salcombe Estuary Rowing Club welcome visitors to have a go in a Cornish pilot gig - a great way to enjoy the estuary and learn about the history behind these beautiful rowing boats.
Try some sailing with Salcombe Dingy Sailing which operates from Whitestrand in the centre of Salcombe with their boats are on moorings nearby. You can hire one of their boats if you have suitable experience or they can offer high quality professional sailing tuition.
Have a spectacular supper or lazy lunch atdickandwills - a stunning contemporary bar and brasserie with a New England feel and elegantly situated on the waterside with panoramic views of Salcombe Estuary....