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  1. Add Exeter Canal & River Fishing to your Itinerary

    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…

  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. Axe Estuary Wetlands

    Axe Estuary Wetlands

  4. Add Explore 16 galleries at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM) to your Itinerary

    Explore 16 galleries at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum (RAMM)

    Exeter

    Victorian on the outside but a cornucopia of every era inside, a visit to this multi award-winning museum should not be missed.

  5. 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…

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. Add Budleigh Salterton Beach to your Itinerary

    Budleigh Salterton Beach

    Budleigh Salterton beach is a long pebble beach extending for 2.5 miles along the Jurassic Coast, from Littleham Cove to the west, to Otterhead in the east, where the River Otter meets the sea. Bathing is safe and the water clear, families can relax…

  9. Add Grand Western Canal to your Itinerary

    Grand Western Canal

    Tiverton

    Opened in 1814, this peaceful, eleven mile long canal is great for walking, boating, angling, cycling, picnics and nature walking.

  10. 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.

  11. Add Sandy Bay to your Itinerary

    Sandy Bay

    Exmouth

    Sandy Bay in Exmouth is a half-mile long privately owned beach which is sheltered and ideal for families. The beach is good for swimming and water sports, and there is a lifeguard during the summer months.

  12. Add Darts Farm Cycle Hire to your Itinerary

    Darts Farm Cycle Hire

    Exeter

    Discover the stunning Exe Estuary Cycle Trail, world famous for its birds and beautiful scenery.

    We have a fantastic selection of traditional and contemporary bicycles from quality British manufacturers,
    including Pashley, Isla Bikes and Dawes,…

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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 landscape is characterised by intimate wooded combes, vast areas of heathland, fertile river valleys and breathtaking cliffs or hilltops.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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…

  21. 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.