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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 Exeter Medieval Trail to your Itinerary

    Exeter Medieval Trail

    Exeter

    Discover Exeter's medieval past, find out about many of Exeter's surviving gems and the events that helped to shape this period of Exeter's past.

  3. 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...

  4. Add City to Coast Walk (Exe Valley) to your Itinerary

    City to Coast Walk (Exe Valley)

    Exeter

    Distance: 8 miles
    Difficulty: Easy
    Start/End point: Exeter/Starcross

    This walk starts on the Quay at Exeter and ends at Starcross, on the western bank of the estuary. From here, bus or train can be taken back to Exeter.

  5. Add Heath and Valley Walk to your Itinerary

    Heath and Valley Walk

    Newton Poppleford

    A pleasant walk starting from Newton Poppleford through quiet countryside with good views over the valley of the River Otter.

  6. 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.

  7. Add South West Coast Path to your Itinerary

    South West Coast Path

    South West Coast Path National Trail is 630 miles long, from Minehead in Somerset to Poole Harbour in Dorset.

  8. Add The West Exe Trail to your Itinerary

    The West Exe Trail

    Tiverton

    The West Exe Trail is an historic walk celebrating Tiverton’s lace making and architectural heritage.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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...

  12. 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.

  13. Add St Thomas Splash Pad to your Itinerary

    St Thomas Splash Pad

    Exeter

    Open May - September, the St Thomas Splash Pad has water fountains, tipping buckets and cannons on a brightly coloured surface. There is also a large children's playground, public toilets and parkland nearby.

    The playground is suitable for...

  14. 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...

  15. 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

  16. Add The Exe Valley Way to your Itinerary

    The Exe Valley Way

    Exeter

    The Exe Valley is a long distance route for walkers exploring the length of this beautiful river valley.

  17. Add University of Exeter Garden Tours to your Itinerary

    University of Exeter Garden Tours

    Streatham Drive, Exeter

    The University of Exeter’s Streatham campus is set within 300 acres of botanical gardens. Starting in September 2010 the Event Exeter team have been given the opportunity to offer guests a range of seasonal tours for all groups and sizes.

  18. Add Exeter Medieval Trail to your Itinerary

    Exeter Medieval Trail

    Exeter

    Discover Exeter's medieval past, find out about many of Exeter's surviving gems and the events that helped to shape this period of Exeter's past.

  19. Add River Exe Estuary to your Itinerary

    River Exe Estuary

    Exeter

    The Exe Estuary is particularly important for birds in winter, when the mild climate and suitable feeding areas attract tens of thousands of wetland birds - some of them from the UK but many travelling from Northern and Eastern Europe.

  20. Add Pinces Gardens to your Itinerary

    Pinces Gardens

    Exeter

    One of Exeter’s most distinguished parks, the annual blossoming of Pinces Garden’s 45 metre wisteria arch is an unmissable spring event. Home to the Exeter Croquet Club and the Pinces Gardens’ Bowls club.

  21. Add Exeter Ship Canal to your Itinerary

    Exeter Ship Canal

    Exeter

    The Exeter Ship Canal first opened to shipping in 1566 and was the first canal to be built in Britain since Roman times. It was also the first canal in England to use the pound lock.