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This moderate 5.4 mile circular walk goes from Exmouth Station out to Littleham Cross, then through countryside out to the South West Coast Path. Passing Orcombe Point and the Geoneedle the walk leads back along the cliff top and past historic...more
Exmouth Railway Station Imperial Road, Exmouth EX8 1BZ, England
All reviews the cliff lovely walk sandy bay budleigh salterton jurassic coast zig zag path heavy rain surrounding coastline great views across the bay sea front information points worth the effort caravan park lifeboat station world heritage site circular walk catch the bus
A long sandy beach covering the exmouth coastline.
Dog friendly areas also to cater for all.
Manned swim areas by lifeguards
Plenty of parking or if local staying within walking distance of town.
Good ice cream parlours and other eateries nearby
Walked the coastal part of this walk today as part of a complete South West Coast Path walk. The strip along the coast is good and it is well signposted. Views from Orcombe would be nice on a sunny day.
As we have a second home in Sidmouth we make frequent visits to Exmouth beach and esplanade and enjoy our walks along the entire front.It has one of the best beaches in East Devon.
The only thing that erks us is the people who totally...More
Exmouth has a great beach and all the things that make a great seaside break. It is however well worth the effort to walk up the cliff. The views are fabulous, and you can justify the chips when you return. How far you walk is...More
Great walk fairly easy, if you check the tide times you can walk around orcombe point and along the almost deserted beach to sandy bay, stop at sandy bay for a bite to eat or a pint and then walk back along the caost path,...More
Exmouth Beach is lovely and accessible, as car parking, pay and display, is right next to the beach. You can walk from one end of Exmouth right around to Sandy Bay, either via the cuff walk or on the beach, provided you get the right...More
Response from carol13242015 | Reviewed this property |
The walk takes about 45 minutes, thats taking it easy and yes you could take a pram. As you get to the end of the walk nearest exmouth you need to take the left hand path, closest to the sea as this is wider and not so... More
The walk takes about 45 minutes, thats taking it easy and yes you could take a pram. As you get to the end of the walk nearest exmouth you need to take the left hand path, closest to the sea as this is wider and not so steep. You could also catch the bus from the holiday park to return if you only wanted to walk one way. Hope this helps. Carol.