10 of the prettiest pictures showing Exmouth in hold of heatwave

PUBLISHED: 16:10 28 June 2018 | UPDATED: 16:45 28 June 2018

Credit top left: hahas4791, top right, pinkytbo, bottom left and right Gleaming Yellow Flowers.

Credit top left: hahas4791, top right, pinkytbo, bottom left and right Gleaming Yellow Flowers.


Pictures of Exmouth taken in the recent hot weather are showing off the town’s natural beauty.

Stunning sunsets and dreamy scenes have been snapped around Exmouth during the recent warm weather and we have selected 10 striking stills which remind us just how lucky we are to live in this beautiful place.

1. The River Exe

A golden, glowing view of the River Exe from Exmouth: unbelievably gorgeous!

2. Exmouth Seafront

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Wispy white clouds create a welcome break from the heat, which has recently reached highs of 26 degrees and produce a pretty panorama from the town’s seafront.

3. Exmouth sunset

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A multicoloured sky above Exmouth is set off beautifully in the waters below.

4. Orcombe Point

Millpond-still rock pools show off the dramatic rock formations with gleaming seaweed at Orcombe Point.

5. View from River Exe Café

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You would be hard-pushed to find a nicer view to enjoy while you sip your coffee!

6. Orcombe Point Cliffs

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The red cliffs not only make for a striking view, but also mark the western gateway to the Jurrassic coast, famous for its fossils.

7. South West Coast Path

Taken from a stretch of the path near Exmouth, the fading sun sets off the pretty pastel sky and shimmering waves.

8. Exe Estuary

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Another amazing sunset over the estuary, captured in Exmouth.

9. Triassic rocks at Orcombe Point

Hold on... is that the Grand Canyon? No, it’s Orcombe Point again! These stunning sandstone rocks are 250 million years old.

10. Summer Solstice Sunrise

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Starting off the longest day of the year in style! This 4am snap captures Exmouth’s golden sunrise on June 21.

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