Get on The Water in Exeter
In Exeter, we’re blessed to be surrounded by glorious canals, rivers, estuaries and the World Heritage Jurassic Coast that are perfect for watersports! Your journey opportunities are endless, there...
Exploring Exeter's Quayside This Summer
Exeter's Quayside is one of the most attractive areas of the city, popular with locals and visitors alike for its interesting architecture, artisan shops and lively pubs, cafes and restaurants. The...
26 Exciting Exeter Experiences for Pre-Schoolers
Want to burn off some energy? Exeter’s Green Circle is 12 miles long and varies from green countryside valley parks to pavements and quiet leafy suburbs. It's a long way for little legs so you...
Exeter Food & Drink Trail
In Devon, we love good quality, locally produced food and drink, and here in Exeter there is no shortage of it, from bees producing honey on the rooftops of Princesshay shopping centre, to local...
Exeter's Glorious Gardens
Exeter has it all – the foodie scene, spectacular attractions, unique accommodation and endless opportunities to get outdoors… people may not know that our city also has a selection of gorgeous...
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