A day at Exmouth seaside
Situated on the east coast of Devon, where the River Exe meets the sea, Exmouth is a quintessential British seaside town. The beach is a stunning two-mile stretch of golden sand that offers a picturesque and relaxing spot to spend the day. For the more adventurous types, there are watersports aplenty, including kite-surfing, kayaking and even windsurfing. Boat tours offering dolphin and whale watching as well as scuba diving and snorkeling are also an extremely popular pastime here.
Explore the World Heritage Jurassic Coast
Known as the Western Gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast, your journey will begin at the town's futuristic cone of the Geoneedle Orcombe Point. The stretch of coastline reveals a unique and breathtaking view of 185 million years of the Earth's history, exposed in the dramatic cliffs, caves, coastal sacks and barrier beaches. For the most ambitious nature seekers there is a seven-day walking itinerary from the South West Coast Path.
World of Country Life, Devon
Just a few miles from Exmouth, in Devon, there lies a wonderful family-owned park that has an amazing collection of animals, as well as a mix of museums and play areas, both indoors and out. This makes for an excellent day trip for families, whatever the weather. Looking for a cheap hotel Near Exmouth? Travelodge Exeter M5 Hotel is only a 15-minute drive, or Travelodge Torquay Hotel is 20 minutes away.