The autumn is a great time for you to come and explore East Devon on foot. We still have bright, sunny days where you can venture in the beautiful countryside or ramble along the coastline.
There’s plenty to choose from, whether it’s woodland walks, circular or linear trails or those that take in great pubs or tea rooms.
Where to Walk in East Devon
Here’s the East Devon Excellence guide to some of the best walks in East Devon in the autumn.
Places to Explore: Exmouth
Known as the gateway to the Jurassic coastline, Exmouth beach has beautiful golden sands where you can wander along part of the South West Coast Path. East Devon Excellence provides more info here.
The Jurassic Coast begins in Exmouth and runs for 95 miles to Old Harry Rocks, near Swanage in Dorset. Ladram Bay is one area you can explore in East Devon.
Places to Explore: Lyme Regis
Lyme Regis is one of the starting points of the East Devon Way, where you can walk towards Exmouth, and take in some fossil hunting along the way.
There are plenty of ideas of places to eat or places to visit in the East Devon Excellence guide to Lyme Regis.