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  1. Add Exeter to your Itinerary

    Exeter

    As Devon’s capital city, Exeter is a vibrant, modern city with a historical past pre-dating the Romans. This is reflected in its fascinating visitor attractions including underground passages, museums, the magnificent Exeter Catherdal and the Roman...

  2. Add Chudleigh to your Itinerary

    Chudleigh

    Chudleigh


    This fascinating town has a history dating back over thousands of years. Prehistoric remains have been found in the caves at Rock, while an Iron Age hill fort overlooks the town. Today the town is thriving and is a perfect base if you want to...

  3. Exminster

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    Exminster

    Exminster

    A long village on the road between Exeter and Dawlish. It's close to Exminster Marshes and the RSPB reserve, with walks to the river Exe and the oldest canal in the UK. There is a red standstone church, pubs, shops and accommodation.

  4. Add Cockwood to your Itinerary

    Cockwood

    Cockwood

    A lovely tidal harbour fronts this little village on the Western bank of the Exe Estuary just north of Dawlish Warren. It is a popular boating spot with church, pubs, local shops, and accommodation.

  5. Add Topsham to your Itinerary

    Topsham

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    Once a thriving port and shipbuilding centre, Topsham still retains a strong maritime flavour.

     

    The quaint historic town has a cosmopolitan atmosphere with an eclectic cluster of specialist shops and fine restaurants, plus wonderful...

  6. Add Starcross to your Itinerary

    Starcross

    Starcross


    Across the Exe Estuary from Exmouth, Starcross is a small waterside village with plenty of railway interest. The village is a popular centre for sailing and is also a good location for bird watching on the Exe Estuary.

    History

    The remains of...

  7. Add Kenton to your Itinerary

    Kenton

    Kenton


    Famous for it's red sandstone church, built in the reign of Edward III, this attractive village is situated on the road between Dawlish and Exeter. Although very much a Devon community, the village green displays an ancient Cornish cross whose...

  8. Trusham

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    Trusham

    Trusham

    On the southern flanks of the Haldon Hills, Trusham is another near-perfect looking traditional Devon village with cob and thatch houses set attractively round the church. Strangely, Trusham has links with heavy industry - Quarrying and railways have

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