See Exmouth from a new perspective with guided tours around the town centre and beachfront!
My name’s Claire and I’ve been on hundreds of walking tours all over the world – and when I started digging into Exmouth’s history, I realised that the town could do with one!
Exmouth’s home to the oldest part of the Jurassic Coast (England’s only natural UNESCO site), it’s Devon’s oldest beach town and along the seafront lies a treasure trove of tales, from the daring exploits of local pirates to the activities of smugglers who once sneaked illicit goods into East Devon.
Fascinating stories from past and present abound in this walking tour, but I also provide lots of local tips for making the most of your time in East Devon.
So, not only will you learn about Exmouth’s connection to Papua New Guinea, heroic tales from the RNLI, what British seaside tourism looked like in the Georgian age and why there are palm trees in Devon, but I’ll also detail local favourite restaurants, offer tips for swimming and watersports and recommend other top things to do in the town.
If you’re visiting Exmouth for a few days, it’s a fantastic activity to do as soon as you arrive to help you get an understanding for the town and plan your holiday.
Walking tours run over the weekends (usually Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday but check the website for the most up-to-date schedule) and can accommodate up to 15 people. Private tours can be arranged (please get in contact with me directly to discuss).
The route is just over 2.5 kilometres and it takes around 90 minutes. There is one short uphill section, one fairly gentle downhill slope and one section on an uneven grassy area (The Maer).
I am available for accessible private tours that focus on the flat beachfront area; please get in contact directly if you’d like to arrange this.
- Meet at Exmouth Tourist Information Centre.
Number 57 bus or a short walk from Exmouth train station.
£11 per adult, with discounts for Exmouth residents and students.
Children are free.
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