Getting Around
Getting Around

Getting Around

Easily accessible using public transport

With regular bus and train routes operating all year round, South Devon is easily accessible using public transport. This means visitors can leave their car at home and still enjoy everything that's on offer.

With 60 miles (96km) of the South West Coast Path and hundreds of miles of public rights of way criss-crossing the area, the most rewarding way of exploring South Devon is on foot. You can do this by taking advantage of the buses and ferries or by jumping aboard a steam train to experience the excitement of a bygone era of travel. You're guaranteed a fun-filled day to remember.

If you need any information on getting around South Devon or about services which aren't listed in this guide, please visit the website or call Kingsbridge Information Centre on 01548 853195.

Accessible to all

Visitors to South Devon with disabilities will find a wide range of accessible attractions and activities to enjoy.

Coaches & Groups

There's plenty of reasons to visit Kingsbridge and South Devon in a group, click here to find out more...


Ferries are one of the most popular ways to get around the five estuaries in the South Hams, so sit back and enjoy the view.

Local Information

Enjoy free WiFi access on the Town Square courtesy of the Kingsbridge Information Centre.


Trains, buses and flights all in one search - finding the best way to travel!

A2B Taxis

4,6,8 and 16 seater taxis available plus a wheelchair accessible vehicle - booking taken 24 hours a day.

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