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A lovely spot for a short walk or to sit and watch the world go by on the river Tamar.

See the historic quay where Francis Drake unloaded huge quantities of plundered treasure in 1580. Have a drink at the historic Union Inn (or catch live jazz every Tuesday or Saturday evening) or a meal at Hispania Tasty.

A short walk under the bridges brings you to Jubilee Green where there are beautiful views across the Tamar to the hills of Dartmoor. The concrete structures on the water's edge next to the bridge are the remains of a ramp used to repair US landing craft in preparation for D-Day.

There is a small playground and sculptures commemorating Brunel, Ann Glanville and the Saltash ferry and of course two very large bridges.

The beach is rough pebbles with a small amount of sand (just about enough for a small sandcastle) and lots of moored boats. Muddy at low tide.

Free parking.



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  • 15 July 2024 19:39 local time