Froward Point Coastwatch

Besides the beautiful vistas, Dartmouth and its surrounding area is dotted with places steeped in history. Read more

It may seem small and quaint compared to Dartmouth - but Kingswear is well worth a visit in its own right! From the WWII gun emplacements to the ever-popular Kingswear Bears, there's something to tickle everyone's fancy. Read more

Well maybe not the great storm as predicted but still a bit windy... Read more

In 2014, we celebrate the 150th anniversary of the building of the 80 foot/24m Daymark. Built in 1864 by the Dartmouth Harbour Commissioners as a guide to mariners to the position of the harbour entrance. It is visible for many miles out to sea. Read more

Things to Do

Forget eBay, ignore YouTube and sign out of Facebook – as far as I am concerned, there’s a new cult website to occupy those idle hours at the computer, writes Mark Simpson. Read more

Beaches & Sea

The Watch Station stands on a headland, Inner Froward Point, immediately to the East of the mouth of the River Dart. It is 209 feet (63.7 metres) above sea level, and has an excellent field of view over the Dart Estuary and Start Bay. Read more

Beaches & Sea

Eyes Along The Coast - The National Coastwatch Institution - by Bob Tozer Read more

Beaches & Sea