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  1. Add Dawlish Warren Beach to your Itinerary

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    Dawlish Warren Beach

    Dawlish

    Dawlish Warren prides itself on being one of South Devon's top family beaches. Distinctive sand dunes and an internationally recognised nature reserve add uniqueness to this 8 time European Blue Flag award winning beach.

  2. 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

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Add Stoke Woods to your Itinerary

    Stoke Woods

    Exeter

    If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of Exeter city centre then this is a great place to come and walk your dog and explore the woods following the two way-marked trails.

  6. University of Exeter Outdoor Pool

    Exeter

    The four lane 25 metre pool is set in a large grass and patio area, heated to a constant 29 degrees centigrade and staffed by qualified lifeguards making it great for relaxing during those warm summer days.

  7. 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.

  8. Holcombe Beach

    Add Holcombe Beach to your Itinerary

    Holcombe Beach

    Holcombe, Teignmouth

    A small cove situated at the base of the cliffs between Teignmouth and Dawlish. A small isolated beach used primarily by local residents.

  9. 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.

  10. Add Scale the South West’s largest indoor climbing wall to your Itinerary

    Scale the South West’s largest indoor climbing wall

    Exeter

    Visit the Quay Climbing Centre to scale the south west's largest indoor climbing wall in the huge atrium space of Exeter's old electricity building.

  11. Add Exeter Sculpture Walk to your Itinerary

    Exeter Sculpture Walk

    The Old Library, Exeter

    There are numerous sculptures situated in this unique setting both in the open and in university buildings. The walk includes sculptures by Dame Barbara Hepworth, Peter Randall-Page and Paul Mount together with other renowned artists.

  12. 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. 

  13. Add Exeter Corn Exchange to your Itinerary

    Exeter Corn Exchange

    Exeter

    The largest venue in Exeter city centre, Exeter Corn Exchange is probably the ideal location for your event - whatever it may be.

  14. 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 estate…

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  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 Exmouth Pavilion to your Itinerary

    Exmouth Pavilion

    EXMOUTH

    Exmouth Pavilion is an exciting, multi-functional venue in the heart of East Devon.
    We have a diary packed with diverse and inspiring events from local talent, national and international touring shows.

  19. 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.

  20. 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

  21. The Tarka Line

    The Tarka Line runs for 39 miles (60 minutes) between the city of Exeter and the ancient market town of Barnstaple.