Places you'll Love

From Across East Devon.


 Axminster achieved worldwide fame for its carpets, but there’s plenty more to this charming and beautiful town worth seeing.


The picture-postcard village of Beer sells itself as a “little piece of heaven”; its white chalk cliffs and shingle beach make it easy to see why!


Branscombe is one of the most relaxing villages to visit on the Jurassic Coast — and claims to be the “longest village in England”.

Budleigh Salterton

This beautiful seaside town has a two-mile long beach and vibrant town centre, plus it’s close to the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.


The winding lanes, historic buildings and unusual Saxon circular street arrangement makes Colyton stick long in the memory for visitors.

East Devon Way

This 40-mile footpath is the perfect way to uncover the best that all the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty has to offer. 


Devon’s capital city is renowned for its historic buildings, beautiful open spaces and fantastic high street; the perfect blend for a day out.


A regional hub for water sports with beautiful golden sands, Exmouth is known as the gateway to the Jurassic Coast and has some spectacular walks.


This lively market town is famed for its lace and pottery; if you’re crafty or enjoy the arts, you should definitely pay a visit to Honiton!

Jurassic Coast

Gaining World Heritage Site status in 2001, the Jurassic Coast is a hugely diverse and beautiful landscape of global importance.

Lyme Regis

The unspoilt sea front of Lyme Regis, with its sheltered south-facing beaches and historic harbour, attracts families year after year.

Ottery St Mary

Ottery St Mary’s picturesque buildings and magnificent church have inspired writers like JK Rowling, Thackeray and Samuel Taylor Coleridge.


Seaton offers a bit of everything; nature lovers, walkers, cyclists, families and water sports enthusiasts will all find something to make them fall in love with Seaton.


Poet Laureate John Betjeman described Sidmouth as a town “caught still in a timeless charm” — a phrase that still rings true today.


A quaint and historic estuary port, despite its rural setting it retains an eclectic cluster of specialist shops and fine restaurants.