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Known as the “gateway to Cornwall” and recently voted one of the most desirable place to live in the UK, Saltash is a beautiful coastal community. With fresh seafood restaurants, great pubs and lovely independent shops, Saltash town centre has something for everyone. Saltash is a family-friendly community with the Saltmill Park and its waterfront views being especially popular with kids.
Saltash is situated at the edge of the estuary of the River Tamer. The ferry crossing is one of several ways to cross the river towards nearby Plymouth and is a local attraction in its own right. As is the stunning local landmark, the Victorian-era Royal Albert Bridge, which is also part of Saltash’s impressive heritage.
Saltash has a well-quipped leisure centre with a swimming pool and gym as well as a number of great golf courses. But if you’re the active type, it is the walking trails that will be most appealing. The town is surrounded by stunning landscapes and beautiful coastal scenery. The Tamar Valley AONB and the Rame Head Heritage Coast are the perfect places for walks and hikes for every ability.
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