The local buses are regular and reliable and you can use your bus pass if you are 60+. The bus stop is situated outside Shaldon Primary School on Bridge Road for the Torquay direction (No.22) or on the opposite side of the road at the bus shelter for Teignmouth.
For Newton Abbot cross the bridge and turn left. The bus stop for the No. 2 service is just a few yards ahead.

The oldest passenger ferry in the country operates from Shaldon beach back and forth across the estuary to Teignmouth – all day, every day, limited hours off peak.

The nearest station is Teignmouth.
Travel along the most photographed stretch of railway line in the world to Exeter for shopping and sightseeing.
You can get off at Dawlish and Dawlish Warren, or at Starcross and catch the ferry across the Exe estuary to Topsham and Exmouth.
Alternatively head down to Torbay and travel along the stunning Teign estuary.

Book tickets at The Trainline
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Car Parking
Shaldon is a small fishing village which was never designed with the car in mind so on-street parking is hard to find. Please check the signs near the parking bays as the rules are different depending on the season.

There are two car parks in the village, the King George V short-stay one (46 spaces) about 50 yards on the right after coming into the village over the bridge, and the long-stay Ness car park (324 spaces) accessed via Ness Drive from the top of the main Torquay Road.

Visitors can buy a weekly parking permit that is valid for all the pay and display car parks in the Teignbridge district from here.