AN HISTORIC SPOT
Dating back as far as 1044, Teignmouth sits on the River Teign and South Devon coastline.
It has evolved from a large fishing port in the 1800s to a popular seaside town with gorgeous sandy beaches for all to enjoy.
The opening of the South Devon Railway in 1846 has made it a central location for discovering South Devon as locations such as Dartmoor National Park, Exeter and Dawlish are only a short distance away.
Today, Teignmouth has a lot to offer residents and visitors alike with architecturally significant Georgian buildings, locally-sourced food, a range of sporting activities and picturesque Devon countryside.
Many also visit the Grand Pier, opened during the Victorian period, the Theatre and its variety of bars and restaurants.