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Dartmouth is built in the valley of the picturesque River Dart, between steep wooded hillsides. The main South Embankment runs the length of the town, from New Ground, built on land reclaimed from the river, towards the historic Bayard’s Cove. This long stretch along the riverside provides visitors with a pleasant and relaxing promenade from which they can admire the sights of the busy estuary. There are many pleasure boat trips departing from the quay. Dartmouth is well geared up for tourism, offering the visitor an array of cafés, restaurants, boutiques and specialist shops. The main artery of Dartmouth was always the river rather than the road. In fact there has never been a main road down into the town. This has helped to retain the historic…...

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