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Latest News Category: Visual Arts (1 posts)


Lewis Ducard | 22nd April 2016 | General Articles
View Shaldon from the skies  You might say we’re being a bit biased when we say this, but Shaldon is a particularly beautiful place of the UK! Shaldon is often described as a hidden gem, tucked away from a lot of the hustle and bustle of everyday life. This unique charm makes it a perfect place to come on holiday for those looking for a quieter retreat. As a traditional fishing village, we are lucky to be surrounding by crystal blue waters, where a gentle stream of boats will make their way in and out of the estuary.  When the sun is shining, the village has never looked better, and that is exactly what can be seen in this drone footage we have stumbled across. Robert Leake has captured our fair village from the skies in his three-minute video, showcasing beach, boats and beauty from above. Travelling from Teignmouth to Shaldon over the river, the sights are breath-taking. But don’t just take our word for it, watch the video yourself at the following link: https://vimeo.com/151157856.   If this has whet your appetite for more, why not take a look at one of our Shaldon beach huts and come and experience the area for yourself? We look forward to seeing you soon!   ...