Exeter

Devon’s capital is a vibrant, modern city with an ancient history, a thriving cultural life, fascinating visitor attractions and a magnificent Gothic cathedral. And, if you‘ve had enough of the city, you can head out on the River Exe to the coast. In other words, the perfect place for a day trip.

Clip and Climb

Active adventures for all ages – billed as the ‘ultimate vertical playground for those young at heart’. Ideal for group bonding.

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Underground Passages Tour

The only underground passages of their kind open to the public in Britain. Soak up medieval stories of war, siege, plague and pestilence.

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Quayside

An eclectic mix of architecture, antique shops, lively pubs, bars and cafés. Great for cycling or take a boat trip out for a different view.

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Board

Cluedo classicist? Or a thoroughly modern gamer? This could be for you – visit the South West's first (and only) Board Game Café Bar.

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On The Waterfront

Laid-back waterside dining and drinking with an extensive pizza menu. How about ‘The Nutty Goat’ or ‘Three Little Pigs’ on a 16” ‘dustbin lid’ base?

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More destinations to explore…

Totnes
Totnes

Bohemia with a distinctly rustic West Country flavour. Totnes has been known, since the 70s, for new and alternative ideas.

Plymouth
Plymouth

Plymouth thrives as a city of culture, with cool shops and restaurants that run right along the waterfront.

St Austell
St Austell

History and hidden gems on the Cornish Riviera. St Austell is a treasure trove for lovers of good food and beer.

Image: Quayside, Dominic Lowther