Exe Estuary Trail at Topsham (c) Jan Penny

Walking

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: 74

, currently showing 1 to 21.

  1. Add The Donkey Sanctuary to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 3086 reviews3086 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 Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours to your Itinerary

    Exeter Red Coat Guided Tours

    Exeter

    The City's award winning Red Coat Guided Tours are provided by Exeter City Council and are the perfect way to explore Exeter, one of the oldest cities of England. Run by experienced qualified volunteer guides a variety of tours are available, each…

  3. Add Spot rare migratory birds on the River Exe to your Itinerary

    Spot rare migratory birds on the River Exe

    Exeter

    A haven for birdwatchers or just nature lovers, spend a day investigating the delights of the River Exe.

  4. Add Exeter City Wall Trail to your Itinerary

    Exeter City Wall Trail

    Exeter

    A superb self-guided tour. Pick up a free leaflet from Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets & discover the history of Exeter's City Wall.

  5. Add Colyton Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Colyton Circular Walk

    Colyton

    A circular walk based on the small town of Colyton in East Devon.

  6. Add Bury Meadow to your Itinerary

    Bury Meadow

    Exeter

    Situated between the Unviersity of Exeter's Streatham campus and the city centre, Bury Meadow was opened to the public in 1846. The park has a playground with a wooden activity trail and open parkland.

  7. Add Otter Estuary Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Otter Estuary Nature Reserve

    EAST DEVON

    This compact and accessible estuary supports a particularly well developed saltmarsh flora that includes such characteristic plants as glasswort, sea puslane, and sea lavender.

  8. Add Saddles and Paddles to your Itinerary

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating

    TripAdvisor Traveller Rating - 137 reviews137 reviews

    Saddles and Paddles

    Exeter

    Saddles & Paddles is a local business based on the historic Exeter quayside that offers something different for those looking for an outdoor adventure.

  9. 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 (AONB) is a vast and captivating landscape encompassing intimate wooded combes, immense heathland, towering cliffs, undulating hills and lush river valleys.

  10. Axe Estuary Wetlands

    Axe Estuary Wetlands

  11. 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…

  12. 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

  13. Add Exeter Woollen Trail to your Itinerary

    Exeter Woollen Trail

    Exeter

    A self-guided tour exploring the buildings and history of Exeter's woollen trade.

  14. Add Ludwell Valley Park Trail to your Itinerary

    Ludwell Valley Park Trail

    Exeter

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

  15. Add The East Devon Way to your Itinerary

    The East Devon Way

    East Devon

    The East Devon Way links together footpaths & quiet country lanes to create routes through undulating country to link Exmouth & Lyme Regis.

  16. Add Jubilee Water Walk to your Itinerary

    Jubilee Water Walk

    The Old Library, Exeter

    Developed in 2015 – 16, to celebrate the University of Exeter’s Diamond Jubilee, the self-guided Jubilee Water Walk takes the visitor on a tour of the wonderful water features, both natural and man-made, on the Streatham Campus. Whilst following…

  17. Add Explore the Exe Estuary by bicycle on the Exe Estuary Trail to your Itinerary

    Explore the Exe Estuary by bicycle on the Exe Estuary Trail

    Exeter

    Pass through beautiful riverside towns and villages steeped in maritime history on this purpose-built 26 mile cycle route.

  18. Add Tiverton Merchants' Trail to your Itinerary

    Tiverton Merchants' Trail

    Tiverton

    In its heyday (1500-1750), Tiverton was famous for the manufacture of woollen cloth. Thousands found work and merchants grew rich. The Merchants Trail can be followed around the town of today.

  19. Duryard Valley Park

    Exeter

    The rich meadows and woodland are host to a wide range of wildlife which thrives in the quiet valleys. Most of the land is in private ownership but there is access to Belvedere Meadows Local Nature Reserve.

    All the roads and tracks within the…

  20. Add Belle Isle Park to your Itinerary

    Belle Isle Park

    Exeter

    Popular with birdwatchers, walkers and picnickers, Belle Isle Park is a quiet riverside park easily accessible by foot or bicycle from Topsham Road or the Exeter Quay.

  21. 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.