Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and at the mouth of the River Exe, Exmouth is one of the largest seaside towns in Devon and is regarded as the county's oldest holiday resort. With over two miles of sandy beach, and stunning views over the Exe Estuary and Haldon Hills, it's easy to see why Exmouth is so popular. Local buildings feature examples of architecture from the Georgian, Victorian and Edwardian eras. More recently, the town has become the starting point of the Jurassic Coastline World Heritage Site. In Exmouth History Tour Christopher and Kay Long take readers on a fascinating journey to see how the town has altered during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Including a handy location map, this pocket-sized guide explores the streets, buildings and landmarks and discovers the well-known and hidden aspects of Exmouth's heritage together with its architectural gems.
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