New tourist guide published

PUBLISHED: 14:35 31 July 2015 | UPDATED: 14:35 31 July 2015

Exmouth Visitor's Guide 2015/2016

Exmouth Visitor's Guide 2015/2016

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The free Exmouth Visitors’ Guide 2015/2016 has been released, and is now available at the town hall and Tourist Information Service.

The guide is full of tips of where to go and what to do in Exmouth, and has so much information it is just as useful for residents as it is visitors.

Included in the guide are features on the RNLI, the Jurassic Coast Path, Exmouth in Bloom, nature and wildlife, the Exe Estuary and the history of the town.

Key events for the next 12 months are also included as well as places to eat and drink, activities, parks and gardens and a section on Exmouth’s two-mile golden beach.

The guide also has maps, a shopping guide, a directory and even a list of health care providers.

The accommodation guide is comprehensive; a list of where to stay and what facilities each of the town’s various hotels, guest houses, camp sites, caravan parks and bed and breakfasts have.

Councillor Bill Nash said: “The guide is fantastic.

“The staff at the town council have worked really hard to produce this guide and they should be congratulated.

“It tells you anything and everything you need to know about Exmouth.”


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