Stuart Line Cruises &
Exmouth Land Train
Explore Exmouth and its surroundings in
style! Stuart Line Cruises is a family-owned
business which offers weather, family and
dog-friendly boat trips from Exmouth Marina.
When you are back on terra firma, Exmouth
Land Train is the perfect way to explore the
town. Hop on and off to visit the picturesque
seafront and town centre and enjoy a lively
and informative commentary.
Get out on your bike!
Hire a bike from Exmouth Cycle Hire
and cycle along the Exe Estuary Trail to
Lympstone or Topsham, where you can enjoy
a pub lunch or an ice cream. You can always
get the train back! Or cycle along the old
railway track to Budleigh Salterton.
Walk a goat at the World of
Take the open-top 95 bus and enjoy acres
of award-winning fun for all the family,
including a deer train safari, petting farm,
Hawkridge Birds of Prey and much more.
Starcross Ferry to The Turf
via Powderham Castle
A day-long adventure loop on land and water
to take in the best of the Exe Estuary. Take
the ferry from Exmouth Marina to Starcross
and walk (or cycle) to The Turf - one of the
few pubs in the country that cannot be
accessed by car and an ideal place for a lunch
break, before continuing on to Topsham
Lock Keepers Cottage, to take the Topsham
Passenger Ferry to Topsham. Continue
to Exmouth by foot/cycle along the Exe
Estuary Trail or take the train. A shorter, but
equally popular option, is to take the ferry
to Starcross and walk to Powderham Castle,
home of the Earl and Countess of Devon,
where you can enjoy a deer park safari or a
guided tour of the historic castle. End your
day with a visit to Powderham Farm shop in
the Estate’s grounds before making your way
back to Starcross Ferry for the return crossing.
Ocean is the stunning seafront home to a
giant soft play area, a state of the art bowling
alley, live music and a range of food options.
A great solution to rainy days in Exmouth!
The 28-metre observational wheel, which
attracted more than 12,000 visitors last year,
is sited at Beach Gardens from Easter until
early September. Take in the sensational
views of the South Devon coastline in the
daytime or take a ride as the sun is about to
set; the wheel is the perfect way to admire
our beautiful environment in all its glory.
River Exe Cafe
Last, but by no means least, no visit to
Exmouth is complete without a trip to the
River Exe Cafe - a floating restaurant which
is located offshore in the middle of the
River Exe. Open from 1st April until 30th
September each year, the restaurant offers
a wide range of locally-sourced food and is
surrounded by amazing views. The River Exe
Cafe can only be accessed by boat, either a
Puffin Water Taxi from Exmouth Marina, or on
your own boat. Booking is essential.