Whether you are looking for interesting attractions, wanting to explore stunning natural landscapes, experience thrilling outdoor activities, or just wanting somewhere to stay, eat or shop, you’ll find it all in Seaton.
Sitting at the heart of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, Seaton’s beautiful scenery and natural environment are a joy to explore. Whether you love walking the South West Coast Path, running, cycling along nature trails or bird watching from one of the hides at the Seaton Wetlands, if you love nature you’ll love Seaton.
Things to do
Seaton is the home of year-round outdoor adventure and offers active people an astonishing wealth of opportunities and terrain to explore. The Town is a natural playground for water sports fans. Walkers and cyclists have plenty of trails to explore and families will find much for them including a swimming pool, orienteering trail, walks around the Seaton Wetlands, Stand up Paddle boarding from the beachside, and plenty more.
The town offers several outstanding attractions including the brand new Jurassic themed Play Park at the Underfleet, a must for kids; Seaton Tramway whose narrow gauge heritage trams run through miles of unspoilt countryside; and Seaton Jurassic the newest attraction and Devon Wildlife Trust’s first flagship visitor centre. Visit and you’ll go on a journey through time, over land and underwater, to worlds familiar and alien.
Try our list of Things to Do in Seaton to find your perfect day out.
Where to Stay in Seaton
Seaton accommodation has something for everyone, beautiful hotels, family friendly holiday parks, self catering cottages and quaint B&B's. You are bound to find something to suit your needs and budget. Try our list of accommodation in Seaton to find your perfect stay.
Something a little different
Located within an area of the South West which contains the finest art centres in East Devon, Seaton is home to a variety of vibrant entertainment including artisan craft markets, an annual illuminated carnival and regular arts events such as Art@Jubilee, an outdoor art show which takes place over the summer months.