Exmouth is a town which welcomes groups and has plenty on offer for things to see and do for groups and accommodation suitable for all groups and travel trade. If you are a coach driver or visiting Exmouth by coach – find all of the latest up-to-date information to make your visit as easy and enjoyable as possible.
Where can coaches drop passengers off close to the town centre?
Coach passengers can be dropped off in Exmouth outside the TSB Bank, 22 The Strand, Exmouth EX8 1AG; or in the Estuary Lorry & Coach Park, EX8 1EN (just three mins walk from the town centre).
The main parking for coaches in Exmouth is at the Estuary Lorry & Coach Park. Postcode: EX8 1EN.
Public toilet locations
There are numerous public toilets conveniently located in and around Exmouth town centre and seafront. Most are easily accessible and offer disabled amenities. View all here.
Tourist Information Service
Exmouth Town Council operates a Tourist Information Service staffed by a team of volunteers. We have access to a wide range of information to help make your stay in the area as enjoyable as possible, including information on visitor attractions, activities and forthcoming events. Help can be offered with accommodation, leaflets, bus/train times and maps. You can drop into our office, call us on 01395 830550 or email us.
Meet and Greet Service
Exmouth Tourist Information Service offers an excellent Meet and Greet Service for your group. We can meet you at the Coach drop off point (outside TSB) where we will give the passengers the general lie of the land, where the nearest toilets are and hand out maps of the town. To book this free service please just call the Tourism Information Service 01395 830550
Exmouth at a glance
- Seafront to Seafront – only 45 minutes on the South Devon highway, A380 from Torquay & Paignton
- Flower displays by award winning Exmouth in Bloom
- 100 independent shops
- Piazza style café quarter
- Longest seafront in Devon and Cornwall – with two miles of golden sand
- Stunning marina
- Many free events and open air concerts
- Level, easy access
- Safe and friendly
- Group friendly accommodation
A warm welcome awaits
We have all the ingredients you could wish for: natural beauty with the longest seafront in Devon and Cornwall with two miles of golden sand; many free outdoor events; and independent shops and markets. In spring the well-tended, exotic gardens come into their own and are a pleasure to stroll through. Exmouth in Bloom have won 18 Britain in Bloom (South West) GOLD awards since it was formed over 50 years ago.
Starting at the drop off point by the piazza style Strand Gardens and surrounded by pavement cafés and open air games, you can explore over 100 independent shops; lovely deli’s, jewellers, a traditional Italian ice cream parlour, arts and crafts shops, health food shops, a fresh fish mongers, bakery, antiques and gift shops. Tourist Information staff, closeby will happily offer maps and shoppers guides to make you feel welcome. Don’t miss our Indoor Market (Best Small Market of the Year 2009) with its local cheeses, beers and ciders and a wide range of goods for mall ages.
To the seaside!
Exmouth seafront is just a 10 minute stroll across Manor Gardens, on easy paths through lovely flower displays until you see the glorious Estuary and promenade open up before you. Or you can ride the land
train that shuttles between the seafront and town every few minutes. You will enjoy the friendly talks and banter from staff who love their town and seem to know everyone in it!
Take a Jurrasic Coast or estuary cruise
Stuart Line Cruises will take you or your party out for a cruise on the Exe Estuary or along the ancient red cliffs of the Jurassic Coast (there’s usually a special offer to drivers and passengers if you ask). Boats are comfortable and well equipped with refreshments and all amenities on-board. Just call 01395 222144 for times.
Other useful information:
- Download our Exmouth town map