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  1. Add The Donkey Sanctuary to your Itinerary

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    The Donkey Sanctuary

    Sidmouth

    Visit The Donkey Sanctuary - the largest sanctuary for donkeys in the world at Sidmouth in Devon. Visitors are free to spend time meeting the 500 rescued donkeys.

  2. Add Ludwell Valley Park Trail to your Itinerary

    Ludwell Valley Park Trail

    Exeter

    A one and a half-mile route around Ludwell Valley Park

  3. Add Northernhay Gardens to your Itinerary

    Northernhay Gardens

    Exeter

    The site of Northernhay Gardens was quarried in Roman times for stone from which to build the adjacent city walls.

  4. Add Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs to your Itinerary

    Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs

    Axmouth

    If you're thinking of walking parts of the coastal path then the route from Axmouth to Lyme Regis is a good starting point with great views

  5. Add Stuart Line Cruises to your Itinerary

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    Stuart Line Cruises

    Exmouth

    A family owned passenger boat business operating from Exmouth. With sailings along the East & South Devon coastline & River Exe.
    A large variety of trips available from scenic river cruises to all day excursions. Operating all year round.

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  6. Add Dawlish Warren and Cliffs to your Itinerary

    Dawlish Warren and Cliffs

    Dawlish

    Dawlish Warren is a fascinating place. This sand spit at the mouth of the Exe Estuary is not only of geological interest but is also a nationally important habitat for a wide variety of plants and animals.

  7. Add Heavitree Pleasure Grounds to your Itinerary

    Heavitree Pleasure Grounds

    Exeter

    Popular family park with a wide range of recreational facilities including paddling pools, six tennis courts, basketball court, skate park, bmx track, bowling green and kick about area.

  8. Add RSPB Aylesbeare nature reserve to your Itinerary

    RSPB Aylesbeare nature reserve

    Exmouth Road, Aylesbeare

    Aylesbeare is also important for its dragonflies, including the rare southern damselfly, and butterflies. It has the largest butterfly list of any RSPB reserve, with over 30 different species being regularly recorded. This area is also of considerabl

  9. Exmouth Local Nature Reserve

    Exmouth

    Exmouth Local Nature Reserve consists of tidal sand & mud at the South end of Exe Estuary – it’s one of the biggest Nature Reserves in Devon

  10. Add Branscombe Beach to your Itinerary

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    Branscombe Beach

    Branscombe

    The beach at Branscombe is the ideal place to relax and enjoy the coastal scenery.

  11. Add Holyford Woods Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Holyford Woods Local Nature Reserve

    SEATON

    Holyford Woods is a beautiful woodland, nestled in a picturesque valley near Seaton.

  12. Add Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Devon to your Itinerary

    Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site Devon

    SEATON

    Running 155km from Exmouth in Devon to Studland in Dorset is the Dorset and East Devon Coast World Heritage Site, selected by UNESCO because of its outstanding earth science interest.

  13. Add Budleigh Salterton Beach to your Itinerary

    Budleigh Salterton Beach

    Budleigh Salterton beach is a long pebble beach extending for 2.5 miles along the Jurassic Coast, from Littleham Cove to the west, to Otterhead in the east, where the River Otter meets the sea. Bathing is safe and the water clear, families can relax...

  14. Add Haldon Forest Park - Forestry Commission to your Itinerary

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    Haldon Forest Park - Forestry Commission

    Exeter

    Whether you want to explore the forest on foot, bike, or swinging through the canopy, you'll find something for you just around the next tree. The place for walking, cycling, play and much more.

  15. Add Little Haldon Heaths to your Itinerary

    Little Haldon Heaths

    Teign Valley

    Situated to the north of the Teign Estuary, Little Haldon is particularly important for its large areas of lowland heath. Little Haldon is rich in wildlife and comprises two small areas of lowland heath.

  16. Add Beer Beach to your Itinerary

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    Beer Beach

    Seaton

    Picturesque fishing village with high chalk cliffs.

  17. Add East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to your Itinerary

    East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

    East Devon

    The East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty landscape is characterised by intimate wooded combes, vast areas of heathland, fertile river valleys and breathtaking cliffs or hilltops.

  18. Add Dawlish Warren Nature & Wildlife Reserve to your Itinerary

    Dawlish Warren Nature & Wildlife Reserve

    Dawlish Warren

    Dawlish Warren's most valuable ecological asset appears outside of the summer months - the descent of thousands of wildfowl and wading birds who use the mudflats to feed.

  19. Exeter Canal & River Fishing

    Exeter

    Coarse fishing is available on the Exeter Canal between the Basin and Double Locks.

     

    A Rod Licence from the Environment Agency rod licence is required for free fishing between these sections on the Canal and must be shown when asked by a...

  20. Add Dartmoor National Park to your Itinerary

    Dartmoor National Park

    Yelverton

    Dartmoor National Park is one of the last great wildernesses in the UK with an inspirational landscape of heatherclad moors and rugged tors.

  21. Riverside Valley Park

    Exeter

    Riverside Valley Park extends for several miles through the city forming part of a major wildlife highway linking Exmoor to the sea. The character of the park changes down its length, becoming more informal and richer in wildlife. There are some...