Exmouth  is in Devon. Exmouth is Devon’s oldest seaside resort and has a two mile long golden, sandy beach fronting the channel which attracts visitors and locals all year round. At the eastern end of the beach is the beginning of the Jurassic Coast, England's first natural World Heritage Site. The seafront is renowned for its fascinating rock pools, bird life and stunning views across the Exe Estuary.
Exmouth has a wide range of facilities and a wonderful collection of independent shops, beautiful gardens, superb entertainment for all ages plus a wide variety of places to stay, eat and drink and has gradually built a reputation as the place to enjoy water sports, sailing, cycling, fishing, walking, eating out and the many spectacular special occasions the town has to offer. There is a full calendar of events such as the Medieval Christmas Cracker; The New Years Eve fancy dress celebrations, voted one of the UK’s top destinations in which to celebrate and Exmouth Arts Festival (end of May) which has developed over 17 years from a rich, burgeoning arts scene into the vibrant and all encompassing celebration it is today, drawing it’s audience from far and wide. Another regular occasion is the Velo Vintage cycle parade; an eccentric affair, complete with penny farthings, tweed and theatrical, handlebar moustaches!
The town centre piazza is called Strand Gardens is the ideal place to watch the world go by. Strand Gardens have recently undergone a 3 million makeover, as well as hosting the town's War Memorial and also a Farmers' Market.
Once the sun has gone down you can watch the stunning light display around the war memorial as you enjoy a coffee or cocktail al fresco in the cafe quarter. Exmouth has also benefited from the completion of the South West Coast Path, Exe Cycle Trail and an explosion of water sports, from waterskiing to kite surfing, body-boarding and sailing (Steph Bridge, five times world champion Kite Surfer is a resident). The town is surrounded by the wooded, rolling hills of Woodbury Common and is a fantastic base to explore this part of Devon's countryside and coast with many charming, quaint towns and villages nearby.
Accessible via the South West Coast Path which runs along the entire length of the Jurassic Coast.
The Exe Cycle Trail runs around the entire Exe Estuary linking Exmouth, Exeter and Dawlish and offers fantastic views with much to do along the way. A wonderful way to explore the local wildlife and scenery.
The passenger ferry runs from Starcross Pier (over footbridge at Starcross station) to Exmouth Marina, short walk to beach and shops (2nd April - 30th October).
Exmouth is situated at the end of a branch from Exeter, Trains take about 20 minutes and operate every half hour (Mon-Sat Daytimes, less frequent evenings and Sundays)
The 57 bus operates from Exeter Bus station
The nearest airport is Exeter Airport, 11 miles away.
Exmouth is about 15 minutes from the M5 Motorway, leave at Junction 30 and follow the A376, it's about 10 miles to Exmouth
The town centre, inland from the beach, has a range of restaurants, cafes, takeaways and pubs, and is busy at night. The beachfront has a few cafes and restaurants open during the day but just a couple of lower-end places open at night, when the beach is nearly deserted.
Littleham is a suburb about 3 miles east of Exmouth that retains a bit of its village atmosphere and old buildings, including holding an annual Duck Race & Hog Roast in September.