Guest Blog Post - Dawlish Tourist Office

Visit our quiet seaside town of Dawlish and take a stroll along the impressive reconstructed seawall along to Dawlish Warren, make sure you pick up some leaflets on walks etc. at Dawlish Tourist Office. The best way to enjoy a trip to the town is to get acquainted with the local events and activities; these are always available at Dawlish Tourist Office. When the office is closed or on seasonal hours in the winter, a window display lists the events in Dawlish and the surrounding locale, as well as tide times.

The Black Swans are usually majestically paddling up and down the Dawlish Brook just outside our Tourist Office located towards the bottom of the large green. Along with many other ornamental waterfowl.

This is truly a heavenly experience, a moment taken in time to admire all that nature has to offer. Up on Dawlish Warren Nature reserve there is even more to see with the sweeping sand dunes up to the line of the estuary and views in the distance of Exmouth. Migrating birds and holidaymakers rub shoulders on this wonderful, constantly changing vista. There is a visitor centre on the Warren which will help you make the most of your visit.

Remember to visit the Tourist Office and pick up all relevant information to really get the best out of a visit whether just for the day or a longer break. Dawlish Tourist Office is there to help.

Also our sister Town of Teignmouth has a lot to offer and is a walk along the South West Coast Path in the opposite direction. Dawlish Tourist Office covers this town for information and events as well.


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Dawlish Tourist Information Centre staff will be delighted to help you make the most of your time in our area providing helpful, friendly and professional advice.



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