About Exmouth

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Neither sleepy nor exploited, Exmouth has been a popular resort since the eighteenth century.

Exmouth is a healthy thriving town that is proud to be a holiday destination, however it lacks the commercialised look of a town dependent upon tourism alone.

Our two miles of golden sand and moderate climate obviously make the town a good choice for families seeking a traditional beach holiday; but Exmouth has more:-
The estuary of the beautiful River Exe is renowned nationally and beyond as a site of special scientific interest and an important habitat for wading and migrating birds. As a site of pilgrimage for ornithologists it receives many visitors the whole year round.

The East Devon coast is part of the internationally important Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site. This is of great significance to anyone with an interest in geology either amateur of professional.

The surrounding countryside is what you would expect from Devon, gently rolling hills and valleys, green fields with sheep and cows. Pretty villages with thatched cottages waiting to be found and explored.

Links to Background Information on Exmouth and other useful sites.

For pleasure cruises, bird watching cruises and sea fishing trips.

The Land Train is a perfect way to travel around Exmouth

Places to go and things to do in Exmouth