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  1. 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.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. Add Little Haldon Heaths to your Itinerary

    Little Haldon Heaths

    Teign Valley

    Situated to the north of the Teign Estuary, Little Haldon is particularly important for its large areas of lowland heath. Little Haldon is rich in wildlife and comprises two small areas of lowland heath.

  5. 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.

  6. Exeter Canal & River Fishing

    Exeter

    Exeter offers excellent course fishing opportunities with Exeter and District Angling Association run by volunteers costing from as little as £6 for a day ticket! Six or so miles of canal plus, river, lakes and pond fishing.

    Annual adult…

  7. Add Ness Cove Beach to your Itinerary

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    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!

  8. University of Exeter Tennis Centre

    Exeter

    University of Exeter's Tennis centre has numerous opportunities for all ages to get involved in tennis and enjoy the wide ranging benefits.

  9. 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.

  10. Add The Riviera Line to your Itinerary

    The Riviera Line

    Various

    With regular trains seven days a week, the Riviera Line is great for all kinds of trips, whether its arriving at your holiday destination, shopping, exploring the countryside or connecting to different parts of the county.

  11. 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.

  12. Add Little Exeter to your Itinerary

    Little Exeter

    Exeter

    Little Exeter will open at the beginning of March as a play space for under 7s in Exeter city centre. The space is divided up into 12 individual play spaces where children can immerse themselves in role play and discovery. From a boat in the…

  13. Add Cycling in Exeter to your Itinerary

    Cycling in Exeter

    Exeter

    Exeter has numerous cycle routes which form part of a cycle network. These have been constructed to help cyclists away from traffic.

  14. Exeter Canal Cycle Route

    Exeter

    A flat, almost entirely traffic free cycle route from Exeter Quay, which passes RSPB reserves and 2 well known local pubs.

  15. Add The Bear Trail to your Itinerary

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    The Bear Trail

    Cullompton

    The Bear Trail is Devon's muddiest family assault course. 30 obstacles, unlimited mud! An award-winning outdoor family attraction, the Bear Trail has been designed for families to create memories that last a lifetime. Scramble over the bear nets,…

  16. Add Matford Marsh to your Itinerary

    Matford Marsh

    Exeter

    Aylesbeare Common is a large area of lowland heath. Both wet and dry areas of heath occur, together with small springs and flushes. These habitats support a diverse flora. As well as heather and its relatives, plants such as heath dog violet and…

  17. Add Bernaville Nurseries to your Itinerary

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    Bernaville Nurseries

    Exeter

    Bernaville Nurseries is a large independent garden centre with a wide selection of quality plants, indoor and outdoor furniture, a comprehensive pet centre, gifts & interior decorations, a clothing department, restaurant & café and a huge seasonal…

  18. Add Westpoint Exeter to your Itinerary

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    Westpoint Exeter

    Exeter

    Westpoint Arena is Exeter's biggest venue for large scale spectacular shows such as ice shows, equestrian events, trade shows and exhibitions. It's also a popular concert venue.

  19. 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 access…

  20. 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.

  21. 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

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