Slapton, population 420, is a parish administerd by South Hams District Council, which stretches into Start Bay, west of Strete, south of Blackawton, east of East Allington and north of Stokenham. The village is protected from high sea levels by a barrier, from Torcross northwards to Strete, which separates the salt marshes of Slapton Ley from Slapton Sands.
Estate agency that specialises in the sale of waterside properties. Located at Lower Coltscombe.
Slapton Ley National Nature Reserve
The largest freshwater lake in South West England. Includes maps and access details, guided walks and the problem of erosion of the A379 road.
Slapton Village Community Website
Information about this South Devon village for both visitors and residents alike.
Last update:January 4, 2017 at 21:20:39 UTC