A vast, Victorian covered hall that's home to hundreds of stalls stacked with an eclectic range of shabby-chic goodies; there's everything from silver cutlery and second-hand books, to moleskin trousers and tweed c…
Ripe, cheesy aromas wash over you as you step into this award-winning shop. The counters are stacked with oozing, crumbling golden delights. Many are made locally; look out for Slow Tavy (washed in Plymouth Gin), T…
Each Friday and Saturday scores of stalls, selling everything from vintage threads and furniture to fudge, fill the Civic Sq. On the third Sunday of the month one of Devon's biggest food markets is set up here.
Jewellery, kitchenware, books, glassware, clothes, toys, fine foods and a Cranks cafe fill the attractive outbuildings of this former cider press.
Plot your picnic here, among piles of organic local veg, pies, pasties, bread and cheese.
Boxes and bags full of field-fresh veg, racks of fragrant bread, ranks of local cheeses and piles of cured meat and fish – some 70% of the goods in this community-run cafe-cum-store are from Devon, and the other 30%…
Well-stocked, independent bookseller, with a good range of literary fiction, crime and childrens's titles.
At this traditional confectioners ranks of sweet jars line the counter and your purchase is still measured out in scales.
Staff smoke the famous Salcombe Smokies (mackerel) at this fishmongers; try the flavoursome smoked salmon and prawns, too.
Bakery specialising in award-winning pastries; their freshly-made bread, pasties and sarnies are pretty irresistible too..