How To Get Here
South Devon is easily accessible by public transport and car.
For transport into towns and local beaches we recommend using local transport where possible. This means you can leave the car behind and enjoy a stress-free holiday!
South Devon is easy to reach by road with the M5 having excellent links with major motorways. You'll have the options of taking the coast road (A379) to Dawlish and Dawlish Warren at M5 Junction 30 or continue along the A380 signed to Teignmouth, Newton Abbot and Torquay. Use the A38 for Totnes and destinations south of Torbay.
Route planner and traffic information: The RAC or The AA
Getting to South Devon by coach is extremely enjoyable with numerous coach companies supplying routes into and around South Devon. National Express picks up and drops off at Dawlish, Teignmouth, Newton Abbot, Totnes, Ivybridge and Plymouth.
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Travelling to South Devon by train allows you to see some of the most beautiful scenery hidden from roads and motorways. Not only can you sit back and relax but you can take in the stunning South Devon landscape.
To find out train times heading to South Devon, contact your local station, or telephone one of our Tourist Information Centres.
There are many train providers that run regular routes to many South Devon train stations including, First Great Western and Cross Country Trains. Why not visit The Trainline to find the best route and deal for you?
International and domestic flights to Exeter, Plymouth and Bristol - Air South West. There are also independent transport schemes from Exeter Airport to South Devon towns.
Bristol Airport Guide Gives a very practical overview of the airport and a concise breakdown of how to move around. The guide will also help you find the best transport option and directions to and from the airport, and will provide many helpful tips for those planning their trips.