Top Attractions

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English Heritage Castles of Devon

kaletra online store Castles of Devon – Experience a day out with a difference at the Castles of Devon. Totnes Castle Is a focal point of Totnes and stands as a mighty legacy to the power of the Normans. It is one of the best surviving examples of an early Norman motte and bailey castle. Berry Pomeroy Castle... Read more »

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Town Market

kaletra covid 19 The independent shops and markets in Totnes are pivotal to the town and have a reputation as some of the best and most unusual in Devon. The general market takes place on Friday and Saturday throughout the year and is held on the Civic Square, just off High Street in the centre of the town.... Read more »

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Sharpham Vineyard & Cheese Dairy

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China Blue

generic kaletra buy uk Step into our home accessories store and experience the excitement of entering Aladdin’s cave. Visit the Ceramic Studio and make all your creative dreams come true. Our Ceramic Studio is the largest of its kind in the South West and offers a fantastic range of pottery to choose from. Exhausted from all that shopping? Then... Read more »

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Explore the beautiful Dart river

how to get azithromycin Totnes is a captivating town set on one of Britain’s most picturesque and historically significant waterways, the River Dart. You can stroll down the River Dart to Longmarsh to admire the beauty of this historic waterway. Once the old rifle range, now given over to wildlife, conservation and gentle recreation. This accessible riverside trail is... Read more »

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Totnes Good Food Sunday Market

enter site One of the best places to try the delicious delights of what Totnes and the surrounding area has to offer is at the Totnes Good Food Sunday Market. Held on the 3rd Sunday of each month throughout the year, this award winning market has a reputation for offering a wide range of quality produce from... Read more »

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St Mary's Church

ritonavir coronavirus dosing This historic building, open daily from 8.45 am to 5.00 pm, is well worth the visit. Built in the 15th century by townspeople on a site where Christians have worshipped for over a thousand years. St Mary’s congregation welcome you to join their services. Time and details in the Church porch or on their website.... Read more »

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Dartmouth Steam Railway & River Boat Based on the glorious South Devon coastline in South West England, enjoy your days out in Devon on our steam trains, boat trips and paddle steamer – the only attraction in Devon that lets you enjoy the delights of Torquay, Paignton, Brixham, Dartmouth and the River Dart, Kingswear and Totnes on your day out!

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Dartington Hall The estate and gardens are currently closed to the public to help our wider community combat the spread of coronavirus (COVID-19). This includes our customer-facing businesses such as our shops, cinema, hotel and food outlets, and also extends to our car parks, gardens and walking trails. It also includes the cancellation of our wide-ranging events programme until... Read more »

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Totnes Guildhall

azithromycin (zithromax) Totnes Guildhall was built in 1553 on the ruins of the medieval priory, founded in 1088. It has been the heart of the town’s administrative, legal and ceremonial life for centuries, serving as court, prison and meeting place. The Guildhall has been the home of the Town Council for over 450 years. Take a look... Read more »

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The Shops at Dartington

generic kaletra buy The Shops at Dartington, set within the grounds of the Dartington Estate, is rich with history and remains as popular now as it has ever been. With a selection of 15 shops and restaurants, there’s good reason why this one-stop shopping village has been a much-loved family destination for over four decades. Here, you’ll find... Read more »

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Leechwell Gardens

lopinavir ritonavir pills A community garden hidden in the middle of Totnes. Often called the ‘magical garden’ due to its wealth of wildlife, herb garden, natural play area and hosting local events all managed by volunteers. Open from 8.30am until dusk (or 8.30pm if this is earlier). From mid-April until September the garden will be open from 8.30am... Read more »

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