About Exmouth, Devon ... 

The charming Devon seaside town of Exmouth, near Exeter, nestles on the picturesque banks of the Exe estuary & Lyme Bay. Exmouth is renowned for its fabulous 2-mile long beach, beautiful parks and gardens, Exmouth is a regular winner of 'Britain in Bloom'. 


During the winter months, the Exe estuary is home to some 25,000 wading and migratory birds and is a site of great ornithological importance. Exmouth is a small, attractive, vibrant town, with comprehensive shopping and a bi-monthly Farmers Market located in the heart of East Devon.

Exmouth Clock Tower Devon
The Beacon Exmouth Devon

Exmouth is extremely well placed for quick and easy access, by road, rail and bus, to the beautiful Cathedral City of Exeter, which is home to an award winning £225 million city centre mixed use/shopping centre. Exeter International Airport is approximately 8 miles distance as are both the M5 motorway & A30 dual carriageway. 


Exmouth and the surrounding areas of Devon enjoy a superb range of amenities that include a modern health centre & small hospital, library, cinema, theatre, churches of various denominations, and an excellent selection of both private & state schooling. 

Exmouth's exceptional sporting & leisure facilities include tennis, cricket, bowls, sailing, horse riding, several sports & golf clubs, including Woodbury Park Golf & Country Club with its two golf courses, fishing lakes & sports & leisure centre including an imposing club house, bars & restaurants. Cyclists are very well catered for with stunning safe, scenic off-road cycle tracks that include the newly constructed estuary ride to Lympstone. This is soon to be connected to Exeter and beyond. The pretty East Devon towns of Budleigh Salterton, Sidmouth, Topsham and Lympstone are among some of the East Devon villages that are all easily accessible.

Exmouth to Exeter Cycle Track Devon

The Jurassic coast officially starts at the end of Exmouth beach and stretches from East Devon into West Dorset. It is one of the most important earth science zones of the world, and is now a designated World Heritage Site.

For those with an artistic bent, Devon offers a thriving art scene. From the cathedral city of Exeter to coast to countryside, there are galleries, workshops and a plethora of arts and crafts courses available including jewellery making, pottery, painting and photography. With an abundance of local home-grown ingredients, East Devon is a gastronomic delight, offering a huge selection of restaurants, wine bars, good food pubs and of course traditional Devon tea rooms. Stunning scenery, beautiful sailing boats, modern marina, glorious sandy beaches, water sports, fishing and miles of spectacular coastal walks all contribute to making Exmouth a very special place to live.

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