More posts on South Devon

Beautiful Brixham harbours a famous fish market and is the perfect place for a food and drink crawl on Route 4

Fancy the essence of a pub crawl but without the negative connotations and instead with great food? Well Brixham is the place to go! With a horseshoe-shaped harbour, it is lined with independently owned venues that are blessed with fantastic views across the masts of many a boat or the vast ocean beyond.

Get a pizza the action or munch your way around the market, Lauren Heath serves up her second course of Plymouth dining destinations

Following on from my first course offering about indulging and imbibing in Plymouth, here’s the second course for your delectation!

Simple seafood to distilling drinks, Lauren Heath shares where to quaff and scoff in the maritime city of Plymouth

Plymouth … Britain’s Ocean City; the culmination of route 5 and beginning of route 6, let’s make a stop and discover this maritime city’s eclectic mix of waterside watering holes, harbourside hang outs, bustling shopping centres plus surrounding suburbs. It’s quite a large city, so I’ll do my best to tantalise your taste buds with a snapshot of what’s on offer, serving my suggestions over two courses.

Lauren Heath shares why a visit to Topsham will tickle your tastebuds

Full to the brim with delicious independents, make sure you add the estuary town of Topsham to your itinerary, at the end of Route 3 or beginning of Route 4