There are many interesting and individual shops spread around town to complement your holiday, offering books, antiques, gifts and local crafts. There are big names in casual clothing such as Weirdfish, Fat Face and Henri Lloyd, plus a National Trust shop, two boat chandlers and even a M&S food hall.
Dartmouth is home to a number of fine galleries, many featuring local artists, such as D’Art Gallery and Combe Gallery, plus the studios of iconic Dartmouth-based artists such as Paul Barclay and Simon Drew.
No1 The Pottery features a number of original pieces of art, taken predominantly from local galleries and artists.
Dartmouth also has a small cinema and theatre, with a programme of films, musicians and entertainers.
When you’ve had enough of shopping, there are many places to stop and eat or drink, from quayside chips to top class fin dining – see our blog on Restaurants in Dartmouth