Local Attractions

Information About Exmouth

Exmouth is Devon's oldest seaside resort and the largest town in East Devon. The town lies at the mouth of the renowned Exe Estuary. The promenade stretches for 2 miles along Exmouth's golden sandy beach.

The English Riviera

The English Riviera is the home of the world's greatest crime fiction writer, Dame Agatha Christie. Take a walk in her footsteps.

A La Ronde

A unique 16-sided house built in 1796 for two spinsters, Jane and Mary Parminter, with stunning views over the Exe Estuary.

Bicton Park Botanical Gardens

Devon's most magnificent Historic Gardens, museum and Woodland Railway. Visit the historic Palm House, 20 years older than the Palm House at Kew, and more daring in design.

Buckfast Abbey

Buckfast Abbey was founded nearly 1000 years ago and stood for 5 hundred years before it was closed by Henry VIII. The present community of monks returned in 1882 and rebuilt the present Abbey on its medieval foundations.

Bystock Nature Reserve

The reserve lies within the East Devon Pebblebed Heaths SSSI and is nationally and internationally important for the westland lowland heathland habitat, supporting rare insects and birds including the knightjar.

Stuart Line River Cruises

Offering a variety of river and sea cruises including: Jurassic Coast Cruises, Summer Wildlife Cruises, Birdwatching Cruises, Carnival Cruises, and Red Arrow Display Cruises.

Exeter City attractions

Exeter is the capital of Devon and offers a host of attractions for visitors, including its magnificent Cathedral and a huge high-street shopping area.

Lympstone Commando

Located a short train ride from Exmouth, Lympstone Commando is a Royal Navy base and home to marines in training.