Dartmouth is located in Devon in southwestern England. For a number of years the town has served as a tourist destination due to its location on the River Dart. There are numerous tourist destinations and things to see in the vicinity. Foss Street dates back to the 13th century while Dartmouth Castle is 600 years old. St. Saviour's Church was consecrated in 1372. St. Petox Church is renowned for its views. Bayards Cove marks the site of the location where the Pilgrims originally set sail aboard the Mayflower and the Speedwell in 1620. There are ample accommodation options throughout the area.
The town gets its name from the River Dart which truly makes Dartmouth a remarkable tourist place in Devon. The town is fairly well known right across England but in the south-west, where it actually resides, it sparkles. The major attractive place apart from the river is the Woodlands Leisure Park. The park is the superb blend of indoor and outdoor activities. The 5 story complex inside the park is an amazing landmark for the town as it hosts all the latest inventions of gaming. This indoor magnum opus proves to be handy in the bad weather as well, so even if it is a rainy storm out in the town still your day will not be ruined. There are several mini zoos inside the park that proudly keep the wild life in the best of environments.
The Dartmouth museum is a stunning emblem in the town as it preserves the marine relics. If you have a childhood obsession of ships in the bottles then this is the dreamland you were waiting all your life. The galleries inside have vast number of photographs that cover all the phases in the life of a ship.
There are some very astonishing caves that narrate the tale of the earliest residence of the humans in this area. These are known as Kents Cavern. If you have a taste for adventure then you can enjoy these stunning caves after going through certain precautionary measures. This is a rare opportunity that one gets in this astonishing town of Dartmouth.