We’re biased and think everyone should spend their time in East Devon this spring, but if you need some inspiration, here are our top reasons to visit Seaton this spring.

The beach

Seaton’s seafront and esplanade is one of the main draws to the town, there is a row of delightful beach huts and as it’s a pebble beach, there are some great opportunities for rockpooling. As the weather gets better, you’ll start to spot more paddleboarders enjoying the beach, why not join in?

The wetlands

Looking for a free day out for the whole family? Check out Seaton Wetlands! With accessible paths, some beautiful scenery and a host of seasonal trails and additional activities during school holidays, you can easily spend a few hours exploring this nature reserve.

The Seaton Cultural Quarter

We love being able to explore an independent high street and that is something you can definitely do in Seaton. The host of independent shops mean you can find great gifts and products you won’t see anywhere else.

As well as the independent shops, you’ll also find a choice of eateries, so why not take a walk around the Cultural Quarter, grab a drink and watch the world go by.

You can pick up the South West Coast Path

Seaton is located on the South West Coast Path, so you can pick it up at either end of the sea front. Whether you’re looking for a gentle stroll or something more challenging, there are a host of routes around the coast path you can follow and with the path using former smuggler routes, there is always something fascinating to find. A short walk that is good with kids, dogs and mobility aids takes you through to Seaton Hole, which is always nice in the spring months.