Exmouth in Devon is a traditional seaside town in a picturesque setting. With 2 miles of golden sands, it makes a great place for the family.
Holidaymakers can enjoy relaxing strolls along the Georgian promenade, peering into rockpools and bird watching on the estuary where the River Exe meets the sea.
Dartmoor National Park sits in the heart of Devon, all 368 square miles of it! Enjoy long country walks or discover Dartmoor's villages.
Exmouth Beach – is 2 miles of glorious sandy beach that are ideal for water sports. Why not try boat trips, kayaking, kite surfing, stand-up paddle-boarding, swimming, and windsurfing. Also you will find are plenty of local restaurants and shops. The sand is ideal for building sandcastles, picnics, and rock pooling, and there’s also a nearby private beach, Sandy Bay. The beach itself is ideal for walks, or for those who prefer more dramatic options, the cliffs offer dramatic views of the Jurassic Coast.
Stuart Line Cruises - Sailing all year round, enjoy breathtaking views of the River Exe. Leave the car behind and sail to a local resort such as Torquay or Brixham.
Babbacombe Model Village - is Torquay's most popular and visited attraction. Fell what it like to be Gulliver when you travel around the village. Take a nostalgic trip through the 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s to present day. Set in 4 acres of award-winning gardens that are a delight to experience all year round.
Crealy Theme Park & Resort - is an award winning family Theme Park in Devon. With spectacular live entertainment shows and animals galore and in addition over 60 rides and attractions.
Dartmoor National Park - has enjoyed this status since 1951, with an estimated 11 million visitors every year. You can enjoy stunning views from Dartmoor’s hills will take your breath away. With plenty of cycle paths for you to enjoy this makes a great day out for all the family.
The Donkey Sanctuary – This free-to-visit, award-wining attraction has something special to offer for all ages. Browse the Gift Shop at leisure in the knowledge that every purchase goes towards helping donkeys in need. With hundreds of adorable donkeys for you to meet, explore everything the sanctuary has to offer, from award-winning gardens and scenic coast path walks to engaging exhibits.
Powderham Castle home to The 19th Earl of Devon, originally built by Sir Philip Courtenay in 1391. The castle was garrisoned by 300 Royalist soldiers under the command of Sir Hugh Meredith, in the civil war. However the castle fell on 25 January 1646 to Col. Robert Hammond, of the parliamentary forces.
Today entertaining guided tours bring the fascinating history to life, which will engage you whatever your age.