Bird Watching

Search for...

  • What's On

  • Things To Do

  • Accommodation

  • Food & Drink

  • Shopping

Search for What's On

Dates
Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Things to See & Do

Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Accommodation

Check-In:
Add Another Room
Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Food & Drink

Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Shopping

Type
Area
Keyword

Search for What's On

Dates
Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Things to See & Do

Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Accommodation

Check-In:
Add Another Room
Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Food & Drink

Type
Area
Keyword

Search for Shopping

Type
Area
Keyword

Highlights

Number of results:

Number of results: 53

, currently showing 1 to 21.

  1. Add The Donkey Sanctuary to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 2923 reviews2923 reviews

    The Donkey Sanctuary

    Sidmouth

    With adventures for all the family, make memories that last a lifetime at The Donkey Sanctuary. Meet hundreds of friendly rescue donkeys for FREE and discover so much more besides.

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

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 503 reviews503 reviews

    Haldon Forest Park - Forestry Commission

    Exeter

    Haldon Forest Park is made up of 3,500 acres of woodland, just 15 minutes from Exeter. Open 364 days a year, it’s the perfect place to immerse yourself in the great outdoors. With miles of trails for walkers, runners, cyclists and horse riders,...

  3. 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

  4. 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...

  5. Add Exe Estuary to your Itinerary

    Exe Estuary

    Exeter

    The Exe Estuary is of international importance for wintering waders and wildfowl, supporting 1000s of birds. One of the best opportunities to view the wildlife of the estuary is at the the RSPB's two nature reserves.

  6. Add Sidmouth Town Beach to your Itinerary

    Sidmouth Town Beach

    Sidmouth

    Sidmouth Beach is a beautiful expanse of sand and shingle beach, clean, accessible, and surrounded by awe inspiring cliffs, perfect for families to spend a day. 

  7. 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.

  8. The Maer Local Nature Reserve

    Exmouth

    The Maer Local Nature Reserve is an area of sand dunes, which before the construction of the road along the sea front, would have been a landward extension of the bigger dunes on the beach. It is well used by locals and wildlife alike, however much...

  9. Add Exeter Green Circle Walk to your Itinerary

    Exeter Green Circle Walk

    EXETER

    The Exeter Green Circle is a 12 mile walking route which takes you around Exeter. It caters for those of all walking abilities.

  10. Add Ness Cove Beach to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 165 reviews165 reviews

    Ness Cove Beach

    Shaldon

    Ness Cove at Shaldon nestles in between magnificent red cliffs and is accessed via an original smuggler's tunnel. At the tunnel's end, you'll discover the perfect get away - life is truly a beach!

  11. Add Exmouth Beach to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 1425 reviews1425 reviews

    Exmouth Beach

    Exmouth

    Two miles of golden sand and fascinating rock pools

  12. Add Holyford Woods Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Holyford Woods Local Nature Reserve

    Seaton

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

  13. Add Bowling Green Marsh to your Itinerary

    Bowling Green Marsh

    Topsham

    Managed by the RSPB, Bowling Green Marsh nature reserve is an area of coastal grazing marsh alongside the River Exe Estuary, on the outskirts of Topsham.

  14. Add Matford Marsh to your Itinerary

    Matford Marsh

    Exeter

    Matford Marshes is a small, relatively new site halfway between Exeter and Exminster - just 3 miles (6 km) from the city centre. It's one of our Exe Estuary reserves.

  15. Axe Estuary Wetlands

    Axe Estuary Wetlands

  16. Add Old Sludge Beds to your Itinerary

    Old Sludge Beds

    Exeter

    This reserve, part of the Exe Estuary SSSI, is sandwiched between the river Exe and the Exeter ship canal.

  17. Add Beer Beach to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 428 reviews428 reviews

    Beer Beach

    Seaton

    Picturesque fishing village with high chalk cliffs.

  18. Add Seaton Wetlands to your Itinerary

    Seaton Wetlands

    Seaton

    Nearly 4km of level trails and boardwalk through beautiful marshland and reed beds alongside the river Axe, home to an abundance of wildlife.

  19. Add Stover Country Park to your Itinerary

    Stover Country Park

    Newton Abbot

    This 4 hectare lake supports a wealth of water birds and an excellent assemblage of dragonflies and damselflies; 19 species have been recorded here including rarities.

  20. Ludwell Valley Park

    Exeter

    This attractive 'island' of farmland within the City is located between Wonford and Rydon Lane and has marvellous views of the City and Estuary.

    The park is a working farm on the edge of the busy city of Exeter. Many of the fields provide free...

  21. Add Brampford Speke to your Itinerary

    Brampford Speke

    Exeter

    This site is an ideal location to see views of the River Exe & demonstrates how a meandering river can prevent a floodplain developing.