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Although the weather can sometimes be wet, Totnes has mild winters and temperatures rarely drop below 10 degrees C all year round. The nearby region is famous for its palm trees!
Totnes is a small, safe and unique, unusual town. It is set on the banks of the River Dart in the heart of the glorious Devon countryside, close to the wilderness of Dartmoor and the South Devon coast. A historic town with a fascinating mix of lifestyles where students quickly feel at home and easily become part of the town’s relaxed ambience and life. Totnesians are welcoming and very friendly and always have time to stop and speak to you. It is also here where you still have a chance to experience traditional culture without having many tourists around. Within the UK it is famous as a centre for art, music and alternative living and therefore has always been the home of artists, musicians and authors. They all contribute to a rich and dynamic town life, with art exhibitions, shows, live music, dance, theatre and many festivals.

There is a bustling weekly market, which offers a mixture of alternative and traditional products. And on the busy High Street you find an array of small, independent shops, art studios, natural health centres, funky clothes shops and organic food shops instead of the usual chain stores. It is a perfect place for students, looking for something different and less touristic. Because of all facilities are easy to reach by foot, it is also a safe place for younger students and families.

To see
  • The historic town centre
  • Totnes castle
  • The South Devon Railway
  • The country side
  • Bogan House Costume Museum
  • The Totnes Rare Breeds Farm
To do
  • Take the river boat along the Dart to the picturesque seaside town of Dartmouth, passing the former home and gardens of Agatha Christie and you can also enjoy a visit to the remarkable Dartmouth Castle. Or simply amble along the river bank in search of quiet villages or traditional pub food.
  • You can visit the historic Dartingon Hall, dating back to Norman times, with its wonderful Great Hall in which concerts are often held, and its beautiful gardens, where open-air Shakespeare productions are performed in July.
  • Visit the Totnes Market. Totnes has 3 market days, Tuesdays is Elizabethan Day, which is more of a craft market & all the stall holders dress up in Elizabethan clothes.
  • Visit a traditional Wine and Cheese Farm or an Organic Farm
  • Take a Shiatsu massage

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