South Devon coastal tour in luxury 7 x seat Mercedes

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Burgh Island, GB
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Burgh Island, GB
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Experience the breathtaking beauty of South Devon's stunning coastline with this luxurious driving tour. Starting with a pick-up at your accommodation, embark on a journey that will take you to some of the most picturesque spots in the region. Marvel at the iconic Burgh Island and its Art Deco hotel, accessible via a unique beach causeway and a sea tractor ride. Discover the history behind Slapton Sands and Slapton Ley, a freshwater stretch protected by a shingle causeway. Learn about the area's dark secret from World War II and explore over 3 miles of beautiful beach. As you continue, pass by Blackpool Sands and arrive at Dartmouth, where you'll find historic gun castles, a Norman church, and the prestigious Britannia Naval College. Immerse yourself in the history, heritage, and breathtaking views of this coastal paradise, and let us drop you off back where we started. Don't miss out on this unforgettable tour!

About this experience

  • Non Refundable There is no return, refund or cancellation possible with this product
  • 8 hours
  • Suitable for 1-6 Participants
  • Private Tour
  • Guided Experience
  • Stunning views of Burgh Island and its iconic hotel
  • Learn about the dark secrets of Slapton Sands
  • Explore the historic gun castles at Dartmouth
  • Visit the famous Britannia Naval College
  • Experience the beauty of the South Devon coast
  • Private transportation
  • Snacks

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Experience the breathtaking beauty of the South Devon coast on this luxury driving tour in a spacious Mercedes. Starting with convenient pick-up at your accommodation, this tour will take you on a journey along a diverse and stunning coastline. From the famous Burgh Island with its unique sea tractor, to Slapton Sands and its intriguing World War II history, you'll be captivated by the scenery and stories along the way. Learn about the ongoing battle against rising sea levels, and soak in the views of Blackpool Sands, Dartmouth, and the Dart estuary. With a blend of history, heritage, and natural wonders, this is a tour that you won't want to miss. Sit back, relax, and let the experienced guide show you the best of South Devon's coast.

What to expect?

During this South Devon driving tour, expect to be awestruck by the stunning views and unique experiences that await you. From the moment you set foot in the comfortable Mercedes, you'll be immersed in the beauty of the coastline. Marvel at the breathtaking view of Burgh Island and the Burgh Island Hotel as you head towards Slapton Sands, where you'll learn about its intriguing World War II secret. The tour continues to Blackpool Sands, Dartmouth, and the majestic mouth of the Dart estuary. Each step of the journey is filled with picturesque vistas and fascinating stories that will leave you with lasting memories of this extraordinary coastal experience.

Who is this for?

This driving tour along the South Devon coast is perfect for anyone seeking a unique and immersive travel experience. Whether you're a history buff, a nature lover, or simply someone who enjoys breathtaking coastal scenery, this tour offers something for everyone. The inclusive nature of the tour ensures that individuals of all ages and backgrounds can participate and appreciate the beauty of this picturesque region. From families looking to create lasting memories to solo travelers seeking adventure, this tour welcomes anyone who wants to explore and discover the wonders of South Devon's coastline.

Why book this?

Don't miss the chance to embark on a luxury driving tour of the South Devon coast in a comfortable and spacious Mercedes. This unique experience offers a blend of history, beauty, and local insights that you won't find anywhere else. With a knowledgeable guide leading the way, you'll gain a deeper understanding of the region's captivating stories and vibrant heritage. From the iconic Burgh Island and its Art Deco hotel to the hidden secrets of Slapton Sands, this tour will take you on a journey through time and nature. Immerse yourself in the stunning surroundings and enjoy the convenience of door-to-door transportation. This South Devon driving tour promises an unforgettable adventure.

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During this 480-minute tour, you'll have the opportunity to explore various points of interest along the South Devon coast. From the splendid views of the island and its hotel to the charming coastal village of Slapton, each step of the journey offers its own unique charm and history. Take your time to appreciate the natural beauty and hidden gems along the way. Don't forget to bring your camera to capture the amazing sights. It's recommended to wear comfortable clothing and shoes, as there will be opportunities for short walks and enjoying the beach. Sit back, relax, and let the Mercedes take you on a memorable journey along the South Devon coast.


Customers who have embarked on this South Devon driving tour have raved about the experience. They praised the knowledgeable guide who shared intriguing stories and historical insights, making the journey even more engaging and memorable. The stunning views and diverse coastal scenery left travelers in awe, and they appreciated the opportunity to explore the hidden secrets of Slapton Sands. Customers also mentioned the convenience of door-to-door transportation in a luxurious Mercedes. Overall, the reviews were overwhelmingly positive, with many expressing a desire to repeat the experience and recommending it to others seeking an enchanting coastal adventure.

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  • You can book at any time before the event

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  • At least one adult or senior required per booking

Your Itinerary

Burgh Island

The view of the island and its "Art Decco" hotel from the main land will take your breath away and as we descend to the car park (home of an excellent coffee shop) there will be time to view this unique entity or if the tide is out stroll along the causeway to enjoy a close up. The amazing "sea tractor" could be a transport option to the hotel if the tide is in and a walk up to the old church and its amazing views is a must for those feeling healthy enough.


This small coastal village nestled between Slapton sands and Slapton Ley is home to an emporium of natural history, heritage, dark secrets and a disappearing causeway. Slapton Ley is the largest example of a freshwater ley in the UK, a stretch of fresh water with its only defense from the sea being a shingle causway. Fresh water animals thrive as do reeds and many other fresh water plants. 3 miles of shingle beach lie to the other side of the causway, its beauty hides its once dark secret, home to the biggest American disaster on UK soil in World War II and a local hero called Ken Small who refused to let this secret remain buried under the sand. On to the far end of Slapton Beach past Slapton village with its walled roads and Norman church, this is sometimes, weather dependant, where a spot of lunch can be consumed maybe sat on a bench on the beach?

Dartmouth Castle

Located at the mouth of the Dart Estuary this is more than just a castle its an area of true outstanding natural beauty. The castle itself is a "gun castle" rather than the home to the local squire or lord and its history dates back to Medieval times. Dartmouths' heritage is intrinsically linked to the sea, wether it be trade, fishing , naval and war. Its castle is one of two, with its sister castle located on the other side of the estuary at Kingswear, but why two?? Dartmouth itself is home to the magnificent Britannia Naval College, sitting proudly above the bustling town and there is the option to continue your journey from the castle to the quayside at Dartmouth by ferry, a very different way of viewing this spectacular water way.



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Spectacular views from Bigbury-on-Sea through Dartmouth and up to Brixton. Excellent lunch at a pub in Torcross. Nigel is informative, gracious and good company. I am from the US and appreciated that Nigel knew a lot about the US troop experience in the area in preparation for D-Day. My wife especially liked Bigbury-on-Sea at low tide and walking across the sand to the island.
Collected by Evendo, Tripadvisor & Viator
2024-05-25 23:38