Travelling around South Devon is easy, with the major cities of Plymouth and Exeter connected by the A38, which also offers excellent links into our local towns and villages.
South Devon is easily accessible via public transport. With regular bus routes operating all year round, you can easily leave the car at home.
To find out about bus routes and timetables in the Teignbridge area, simply visit the easy to use interactive site.
To find out about bus routes that operate in the South Hams area visit here.
South Devon is also well connected via the train network with many train operators offering regular journeys to and from South Devon as well as connections between South Devon towns. If you're interested in train travel in the region you may want to check out our dedicated Train Travel page.
Go by Bike
Keep your South Devon getaway green by travelling by bike. Cycling across South Devon is one of the best ways to take in the sights at your own leisure. Not only will you be helping to make the region a nicer place for all but you'll get fit and really experience the true South Devon. From rivers and esturaries to hidden paths and winding roads; cycling South Devon is exciting, thrilling and breath-taking.
Travel by Car
Travelling by car is easy in South Devon. However, if you're not use to country roads you may want to make sure you prepare your journey in advance. Why not use the map of South Devon below to make your trip stress-free....