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Welcome to Sidmouth – a place that is easy to find and hard to leave. 

Hidden in plain view along the beautiful Jurassic Coast, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Sidmouth is a seaside town like no other. Sitting along an impressive coastline and surrounded by spectacular countryside and Blue Flag award winning beaches, Sidmouth allows you to  enjoy the best of both worlds, with everything you can expect from a beach holiday as well as having a rural feel and a real community atmosphere.

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Sidmouth

Hidden in plain view along the beautiful Jurassic Coast, Sidmouth is a seaside town like no other.

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'A town caught still in a timeless charm'Sidmouth Anchor

Poet Laureate, John Betjeman, chose those words to describe Sidmouth after being captivated by its beautiful gardensleisurely walks, clean beaches and Regency history. This lovely seaside town is nestled beneath majestic red cliffs, which, along with the green hills of the Sid Valley, will captivate you too.  

Sidmouth really is a town like no other, located in East Devon and full of friendly faces and beautiful scenery, it is no wonder that Sidmouth is a firm favourite among families and tourists looking for a seaside resort. The dramatic cliffs, fresh sea air and the abundance of attractions makes it a wonderful place to recharge the batteries. It’s the kind of town where you can do everything or nothing at all, you can make a splash by taking on some watersports, savour a cream tea or two at one of the town’s many hotels and cafes, spend some time exploring the South West Coast Path or discover a new passion at one Sidmouth’s regular festivals.  

 

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The resort with royal approval Sidmouth Sea Sun

Sidmouth has been a favourite among families looking for a beach holiday since Queen Victoria was a child. She, like many of us, spent several of her childhood holidays enjoying the sun and sand at this charming location in East Devon. This is just one of the town’s many royal connections. Queen Victoria’s love affair with Sidmouth continued throughout her life and reign and the beautiful Connaught Gardens are named for her son, the Duke of Connaught.  

The Connaught Gardens are one of the town’s highlights, along with the seafront, Jacob’s Ladder and the regular events and festivals that take place all year around. These along with Sidmouth’s location, the grand Regency style hotelsstylish eateries and bustling town centre is why it is such a popular destination.  

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Art Workshops Jul 25

Art Workshops

Art workshops held by local, nationally and internationally renowned artists. Watercolour, acrylics…

Not so hidden treasure Sidmouth bucket and spade

Sidmouth is young at heart, but walking through the town feels like a trip back in time, offering an endearing and quintessential West Country charm.

Sidmouth’s beach is the perfect spot for sun catching, rockpooling, swimming and playing, it’s a safe coastal area to explore and the beautiful surroundings make it a wonderful place to visit all year around whatever the weather.  

Being next to East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Sidmouth is incredibly scenic and is ideal for anyone who loves being outside and enjoying the natural world, whether that is walkingcycling, hiking or photographing the region you’ll find plenty of exciting places to explore. 

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Celebrate East Devon’s parks this Love Parks Week

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Love Parks Week kicks off on 26 th July and is the perfect time to get out and enjoy East Devon’s parks and gardens! Spending time outside in the region’s parks and gardens are a great way to get healthy, reduce stress and enjoy a free day out for the whole family! East Devon is a great place to…

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Dog friendly things to do in and around Sidmouth

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Don’t let your furry friends feel left out – East Devon is the paw-fect destination for anyone looking to bring their dog on a new adventure! Whether you’re planning a day trip or spending a few days in the area, there’s plenty to keep you and your dogs entertained. Suggestions for walking routes…

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New art exhibition: Your Town My Town

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Sidmouth School of Art in association with Sidmouth Folk Festival has welcomed JJ Waller, artist and photographer, to Sidmouth for a special “snap shot in time” collaboration. JJ Waller is a celebrated British photographer known for his evocative street photography in seaside towns, like Brighton.

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Award winning artwork exhibited on Sidmouth Wallspace

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The piece, which won South West Art’s 2003 Summer School Competition, by artist Ann Nolan features the tranquillity of the River Axe looking towards the wetlands. Named Quiet Morning on the Rive Axe, has a limited gamut of colours and is painted in oil on linen. It captures the peacefulness of…

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