One of Exmouths’ hot spots is its two-mile-long sandy beach, a paradise in and of itself for both locals and holiday-makers on summer hot days; even more so with a welcoming ice-cream vendor nearby or a trip along it’s entire length on the Exmouth Land Train. Along it’s length, you can swim in safety at RNLI and Lifeguard watched sections, go rock pooling, build sand castles or even explore a little further for some secret hidden beaches (but do not tell the tourists).
For you culture vultures, how about featuring your eyes on Exmouths’ Jurassic Coast! The main hot spot to go to is Orcombe Point located at the farthest corner of Exmouth Beach. On top of the hill, practically perched there, is the Geoneedle. The Geoneedle itself was unveiled by HRH Prince of Wales in 2002 and marks the start of the World Heritage Site. It’s constructed by stone from both the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and rocks deposited along the site detailing the enormous range of history that makes this small part of the UK of WORLDWIDE importance visited by many from the world over.