Exmouth beach has a sandy 2 mile long beach on the east bank of the mouth of the River Exe. At the beaches western end is the town and the eastern end has the cliffs of the High Land of Orcombe, a National Trust-owned open space which rises to a peak at Orcombe Point.
In addition to its beaches, Exmouth is popular for watersports (sailing and wind-surfing) and walking. The Exe Estuary is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a large part of the estuary lies within a nature reserve.
Exmouth marks the western end of the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site, which stretches eastwards along the coast to Poole, in Dorset; the South West Coast Path allows for walking along this coast. The town is also at the western end of the East Devon Way path that leads to Lyme Regis.
Parking, toilets, disabled access and facilities, cafes, shop, lifeguards (min Jul & Aug), slipway
Dogs Allowed in the winter - October to March.