Exmouth for Groups

The Strand, Exmouth, Devon, EX8 1AL

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Exmouth Beach
  • Exmouth Beach
  • Exmouth Marina
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  • Exmouth Beach Huts
  • The River Exe at Exmouth Sunset

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Exmouth is one of the oldest and most picturesque seaside towns in Devon. The town is the gateway to the World Heritage Jurassic Coast and has two miles of sandy beach, which is perfect for water sports and walks.

Exmouth is on the South east coast of Devon where the river Exe meets the sea. Close to Exeter, this vibrant town offers plenty of walking and cycling routes and water sports as well as local shops and restaurants to enjoy all year round.

Coach Parking and Drop Off

Exmouth coach drop is located outside TSB Bank in the Strand, in Exmouth’s pedestrianised town centre.

The Tourist Information Service is also located in the Strand, where staff are on hand to help you make the most of your visit to the town and local area.

Information Centre

Exmouth Information Centre has a wide range of information including visitor attractions, activities and forthcoming events. Help can be offered with leaflets, bus/train times and maps.

Group Itinerary

Group itinerary for visiting Exmouth can be found here.

Things to do in Exmouth

Exmouth has all the ingredients you could wish for: natural beauty with two miles of golden sand, the longest seafront in Devon and Cornwall; many free outdoor events; and independent shops, markets and restaurants.

The beautiful sandy beach is perfect for summer days at the seaside, building sandcastles, beachcombing, swimming or playing in the rockpools. Exmouth is known as a regional centre for watersports, particularly kite surfing, kayaking, paddleboarding and windsurfing. A new watersports centre, Sideshore, opening in 2020 will be the place to take part or to simply sit and watch the amazing activities and sports on offer. Alternatively, you can take a scenic boat trip, listed as one of the ‘top family attractions in Devon’. Cruise the beautiful River Exe or see the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site which dates back over 250 million years.

On land you can see all the sights on board the land train, which runs between the town and the seafront in a circular route so you can explore the town’s independent shops and cafes. Exmouth is proud to have gained itself a reputation as a ‘Town of Flowers’ as a result of the hard work and dedication of the Exmouth in Bloom team. Their efforts were rewarded in 2019 when they won GOLD in the Britain in Bloom South West awards. Why not pick up an Exmouth Flower Trail leaflet from the Tourist Information Service and be guided through the best of the flora the town has to offer? The #95 bus is the perfect way to get to World of Country Life, a family-owned visitor attraction. Opened in 1978, it has an eclectic mix of museums, animals, play areas and entertainment both indoors and under cover, making an excellent day out, whatever the weather.

Exmouth has one of the country’s best cycle and walkway paths: the Exe Estuary Trail (part of the National Cycle Route 2) towards Exeter. Boasting stunning views of the estuary, this cycling and walking path is hugely popular, passing many wildlife spots, coastal villages and towns. Bikes are available for hire in the town centre. In the other direction, along the coastline, the South West Coast Path offers gentle walking out of Exmouth as it enters the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. On the Coast Path at Orcombe Point, at the end of Exmouth Beach, you’ll pass the Geoneedle which marks the beginning of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.

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Parking & Transport

  • Car Parks
  • Coach Parking
  • Parking for disabled visitors

Towns & Villages

  • ATM
  • Church
  • Information Centre
  • Public telephone
  • Public toilets
  • Toilets for disabled visitors
  • Train station



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