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  1. Add The Donkey Sanctuary to your Itinerary

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    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 Rougemont Gardens to your Itinerary

    Rougemont Gardens

    Exeter

    Grade II listed in the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens, Rougemont Gardens were originally part of the defences of Exeter Castle. They were converted into gardens in the late 18th century, and purchased by the city council in 1912...

  3. 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.

  4. 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

  5. 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.

  6. Add Colyton Circular Walk to your Itinerary

    Colyton Circular Walk

    Colyton

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

  7. 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.

  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 Sidmouth to Beer Coast to your Itinerary

    Sidmouth to Beer Coast

    Sidmouth

    The coast between Sidmouth and Beer reflects the unique ‘walk through time’ that can be experienced along the length of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, of which this is a part.

  10. Add Decoy Country Park to your Itinerary

    Decoy Country Park

    Newton Abbot

    Decoy Country Park provides an opportunity to enjoy exciting wildlife and beautiful countryside. Decoy was once a clay quarry but now supports a wealth of wildlife, with the main habitats found here.

  11. Add Haldon Forest Cycle Trails to your Itinerary

    Haldon Forest Cycle Trails

    Exeter

    Discover & explore Haldon Forest park. Whether you want a quiet gentle stroll or an exhilarating mountain biking experience, there’s something for you at Haldon Forest Park. 3,500 acres of woodland just fifteen minutes from Exeter.

  12. 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...

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. Add Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty to your Itinerary

    Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty

    Cullompton

    The Blackdown Hills form a tranquil, beautiful, and relatively isolated landscape on the Devon and Somerset border.

  16. 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.

  17. 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...

  18. Add Culm Valley Cloth Trail to your Itinerary

    Culm Valley Cloth Trail

    Cullompton

    The river Culm flows from the Blackdown Hills into the Exe and out to sea through the ports of Exeter and Topsham. There is a long history of cloth and clothing production in settlements and mills using water power along the Culm, with some exports...

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.