Things To Do near Dawlish Warren

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Quay Climbing Centre, Exeter, South Devon

Quay Climbing Centre, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

South West's largest indoor climbing wall Quay Climbing Centre has 'the South West's largest indoor climbing wall'. (Quay Climbing Centre website) Note that Clip 'n Climb runs from Quay Climbing Centre. 'We also use our large space to house other activities that are related to or of benefit to...

Anstey's Cove (Beach), Torquay, South Devon

Anstey's Cove (Beach), Torquay, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Small beach set beneath dramatic cliffs on The English Riviera There's a large car park above the cove and a steep path takes you down to the beach where you'll find a cafe, seating and viewing area. Owing to rockfall, part of the cove is closed to the public. We'd recommend heading north...

Exeter Red Coat Guided Tour, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Red Coat Guided Tour, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

A range of Exeter tours You can join a range of tours run by 'red coat' local experts.   West front of Exeter Cathedral 'Tours depart from the west front of Exeter Cathedral and last approximately 90 minutes.' Consult Exeter City Council website for details and timings.

Saddles & Paddles, Exeter, South Devon

Saddles & Paddles, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Outdoor activity supplier on Exeter's Quayside Saddles & Paddles is one of many outdoor activity suppliers based in and around Exeter.   Location The company is located on Exeter Quayside next to On The Waterfront and near Exeter Customs House Visitor Centre. We've...

Exeter Customs House Visitor Centre, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Customs House Visitor Centre, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Exeter's economic importance in the seventeenth century Built in the late seventeenth century, the Customs House Visitor Centre is a reflection of Exeter's economic importance at the time. Revenue was generated from the woollen trade. Cloth was gathered from all over Devon, finished in this...

Stover Country Park and Local Nature Reserve, Exeter, South Devon

Stover Country Park and Local Nature Reserve, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Great local nature reserve by the eastern border of Dartmoor National Park Stover Country Park and Local Nature Reserve 'contains over 114 acres of woodland, heathland, grassland, lake and marsh and a substantial variety of wildlife'. (Devon County Council website) We'd recommend following the...

Canonteign Falls, Bovey Tracey, South Devon

Canonteign Falls, Bovey Tracey, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Canonteign Falls is a popular family day out on the eastern border of Dartmoor National Park Visit 'England's highest waterfall' in the beautiful Canonteign Falls Country Park near Bovey Tracey on the eastern border of Dartmoor National Park.   Location of Canonteign Falls We'v...

Kents Cavern, Torquay, South Devon

Kents Cavern, Torquay, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

'The oldest Ancient Monument in Britain' Torquay is an impressive, popular holiday destination in the north section of Tor Bay. On its fringe, above a beautiful valley, is an amazing show cave called Kents Cavern. According to information boards within Kents Cavern, 'the caves are so important th...

Best South Devon Prehistoric Sites, Torquay, South Devon

Best South Devon Prehistoric Sites, Torquay, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

South Devon has one of the UK's most important prehistoric caves. Dartmoor's prehistory is internationally important. We list some of the best prehistoric sites below.   South Devon Prehistoric Sites Kents Cavern. Whilst a tour of this cave is an unforgettable experience and the guide'...

Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Cathedral, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

One of the UK's great buildings and essential visiting Exeter Cathedral is one of the UK's great buildings. Situated in the heart of Exeter, it's essential visiting when on holiday in Exeter or South Devon. Highlights include Exeter Cathedral west front with its rows of medieval scul...

Hope's Nose, Torquay, South Devon

Hope's Nose, Torquay, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

The most easterly point of The English Riviera A Site of Special Scientifc Interest (SSSI) and part of the The English Riviera Geopark, Hope's Nose is an excellent example of a raised beach: 'Hope's Nose has well-known 'raised' beach deposits, around 8 metres above modern sea level. The...

Bradley (National Trust), Exeter, South Devon

Bradley (National Trust), Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Medieval manor house on the outskirts of Newton Abbot Bradley is a medieval manor house situated in Bradley Estate on the outskirts of Newton Abbot. It 'lies in the River Lemon Valley and covers 100 acres of hay meadows, old orchards, hedgerows and woodlands'. (Information board on site) As is...

Exeter Cathedral Close, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Cathedral Close, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Beautiful pedestrian area around Exeter Cathedral lined with restaurants, cafes and shops Exeter Cathedral Close is a beautiful pedestrian area around Exeter Cathedral lined with restaurants, cafes and shops.   Exeter Cathedral location We've positioned Exeter Cathedral Close on Goo...

Exeter Princesshay, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Princesshay, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

The world's largest brands and retailers Princesshay is a relatively recent development in central Exeter. Some of the world's largest brands and retailers have stores in Princesshay. You'll find plenty of places to eat and drink at either end of Princesshay. It also offers fine views of...

Exeter Woollen Trail, Exeter, South Devon

Exeter Woollen Trail, Exeter, South Devon (approx. 9 miles away)

Exeter's historic wool trade Much of Exeter's wealth was generated by the wool trade. The Exeter Woollen Trail is a historical and cultural walking trail in the centre of the city exploring Exeter's role in that industry 'Exeter's cloth industry reached its peak in the late 1600s when ove...