Exmouth Beach is a two-mile stretch of golden sand located along the South West Coast between the River Exe Estuary and Orcombe Point.
Here are some things to know about Exmouth Beach:
Golden sand: Exmouth Beach is well-known for its two miles of golden sand, which is rare on this coast. The beach is also a Blue Flag Award beach, which means it has acceptable water quality and some of the best facilities in the country.
Rock pools: The beach is also famous for its fascinating rock pools, which make it a paradise for children and adults alike.
Water sports: Sandy Bay just next to Exmouth is a half-mile long privately owned beach which is sheltered and ideal for families. The beach is good for swimming and water sports.
Parking: There are beachfront carparks with plenty of parking available. However, on weekends and holidays, it can get very busy.
Exmouth is a local beach, about 16 miles from Exeter Lodge.