Salcombe, Devon

I’ve been visiting Salcombe with my family all my life. My earliest memories are of my sister and I going crabbing at the harbour, sitting with our plastic buckets and our legs dangling over the stone wall. It’s changed quite a bit since then, lots of new shops have cropped up and it’s become a very popular destination with people buying second homes, but it’s still an undeniably pretty seaside town.

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