|Most expensive month:||August|
|Average price in Exmouth:||€124/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€49/night|
|Most expensive day:||Friday|
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At the intersection of River Exe and the Exe Estuary, Exmouth features a 3.2-kilometre golden beach along the Heritage-listed Jurassic Coast. From swirling rock pools to modern water sports and nature-based walking paths, Exmouth is a fusion of natural wonders.
Exmouth Beach is a magnet for travellers, offering sunbathing, swimming, kite surfing, kayaking, jet skiing, snorkelling and yachting. Walk the coastal path to discover geological anomalies and towering cliffs along the Jurassic Coast or hop on a scenic boat excursion.
Walking and cycling paths lure in outdoor enthusiasts, including the Exe Estuary Trail along the seafront. You can also traverse the South West Coast Path, which runs through Exmouth or take the gentle Exmouth to Lympstone Walk spanning 3.7 kilometres through marshes, mudflats and sand banks filled with wildlife and migratory water bird.
Stop by Hawkridge Bird of Prey Centre to see aviary predators ranging from hawks to owls, eagles and vultures. Pay your respects to fallen soldiers at the War Memorial in Strand Gardens before visiting the farmer’s market and having espresso in the cafe quarter.
Looking for evening entertainment? The Grapevine Exmouth is known for its wide variety of international craft brews and laid-back ambience accentuated by books, games and communal chess tables. You can also snag a spot at The Anchor Inn to enjoy seafood in a historic pub overlooking the harbour.
Buses, taxis and trams provide transportation around Exmouth, while many places offer traditional or electric bicycle hire. You can rent a car in the city or at Exeter International Airport, about 18 kilometres away.
The Devoncourt Resort (7.8/10 from 1,349 reviews), Manor Hotel (8.3/10 from 934 reviews), and The Imperial Hotel (7.4/10 from 1,690 reviews) are all highly rated places to stay in Exmouth.