Exmouth, we love it. Find out why!
Exmouth is a lovely place to come to visit. With its two miles of family friendly beach, ideal for swimming, sandcastles or exploring the rock pools, there is also the amazing Exe Estuary, home to numerous amounts of wildlife and a real favourite for birdwatchers. Beautiful boat trips along the River Exe allow you to get up close to the wildlife.
Exmouth is also renowned for its watersports. There are sailing and diving schools, and a kitesurfing school Edge Watersports, run by World Kite Racing champion Steph Bridge. Mountlands runs a very popular Watersports and English course with Edge Watersports during the summer months.
On the seafront there is the Maer, which is a popular spot for dog walkers and bbqs. Mountlands holds regular bbq nights here during the summer, with hot dogs and rounders for all students, Juniors and Adults alike.
If you are lucky enough to be here in May, then check out the wonderful Exmouth Summer Festival, which hosts a myriad of local live bands and performers in the Manor Gardens, all for free!Exploring further afield, the Jurassic coastline, a newly designated World Heritage Site, begins at Exmouth. For those who enjoy walking, the southwest coastal path heading eastwards is within easy reach. Many National Trust properties, picture book Devon villages, Exmoor and Dartmoor and the glorious Devon Countryside are all waiting to be explored. The nearby cathedral city of Exeter offers cultural opportunities, history and the newly opened shopping haven Princesshay