Pictures of Dawlish
Dawlish is an attractive holiday resort on the Devon coast, it lies between the picturesque estuaries of both the River Exe and the River Teign.
One of the most pleasant aspects of Dawlish is the wealth of wild birds flourishing around Dawlish Water which flows seaward over a series of small weirs through the local park known as The Lawn. This is particularly attractive when illuminated against the night time sky and the birds include, Black swans, East Indian game ducks, Chinese swan geese and numerous other seabirds.
The beach here is mainly sand and shingle, it is backed by a low sea wall above which is a pleasing promenade filled with flowers and tropical plants. At the southern end of the beach the scenery changes, high cliffs shelter a cove where boats are hauled up on to the beach. Seen from above, the scattered rocks off shore present an eye catching seascape especially when stormy weather un-leashes the might of the sea against the cliffs.
The town is quite charming, it has lovely public gardens, colourful alleyways with brightly painted bubs and pretty Bed and Breakfast establishments. A host of attractive shops will tempt you with a rich array of souvenirs, and cafe's entice with the aroma of fresh coffee and a menu featuring locally caught fish and seafood dishes.
Apart from trips out to sea, Dawlish offers mini golf, bowling and amusement arcades. Away from the coast there is a hinterland of pretty Devon villages and attractive nautical towns to explore, such as Topsham which lies at the head of the Exe estuary and still maintains strong seafaring traditions. At the tip of the estuary lies Dawlish Warren, a lively place during the holiday season, with a nature reserve, and grassy sand dunes.
Other nearby recommended towns & villages..
in the county of Devon(7.5 miles, 12.1 km, direction S of Dawlish)
With its lovely Blue Flag beaches, pleasant gardens, pedrestrianised shopping areas, and friendly ambience, Babbacombe makes an enjoyable resort for a family holiday...
a Picturesque Village in the county of Devon(9.0 miles, 14.4 km, direction SW of Dawlish)
This idyllic thatched village perfectly reflects the harmony and glory of a by-gone age, for here you can walk in ancient parkland, or take a romantic drive around Cockington in a.....
a Historic City in the county of Devon(9.9 miles, 16.0 km, direction N of Dawlish)
Exeter is a bustling city in the heart of the county of Devon. It's mix of modern and functional with old and cultural makes for an interesting place to live, and to visit...
a Seaside Town in the county of Devon(10.9 miles, 17.5 km, direction SW of Dawlish)
This delightful seaside resort with its snug little harbour is a place where visitors can enjoy a holiday of endless hours of enchantment and summer fun.
in the county of Devon(11.0 miles, 17.7 km, direction N of Dawlish)
Pinhoe now fringes the urban sprawl of Exeter, but there was a time when it was a place standing alone with its own identity...All towns in DevonComplete A to Z of towns in England
Nearby attractions.. (2.0 miles, 3.2 km, direction NE)
Often referred to as a mile long sandpit, Dawlish Warren sits at the mouth of the River Exe where river and sea become one. It..... (4.3 miles, 7.0 km, direction N)
Built over 600 years ago, Powderham Castle is the historic home of the Earl of Devon. The Castle is still lived in by the..... (5.1 miles, 8.2 km, direction NE)
This fascinating 16 sided house is a relic from 1796. It was built for two spinster cousins Jane and Mary Parminter and was to..... (6.7 miles, 10.7 km, direction S)
.. (7.1 miles, 11.5 km, direction NE)
.. (10.1 miles, 16.3 km, direction N)
.. (13.1 miles, 21.0 km, direction W)
Becky Falls is a romantic beauty spot hidden in the countryside close to the old town of Bovey Tracey. The spot is noted for its.....All attractions in DawlishAll attractions in DevonComplete A to Z of attractions in England