With summer solstice fast approaching, it means the start of the summer season is here and it is the perfect time to head to the beach here in Seaton. Winning Blue Flag status for the second year in a row means our fantastic beach has excellent environmental & quality standards! So if you were in doubt about heading to the seaside, Seaton is the perfect place to add to your travels. 

Overlooking Lyme Bay, our pebble beach is over a mile long and sits along the iconic Jurassic Coast. It is a picturesque stretch of coastline that offers visitors a tranquil and scenic retreat and boasts natural beauty, stunning views, and a relaxed atmosphere. The beach itself offers ample space for leisurely walks, sunbathing, or simply taking in the breathtaking surroundings. The gentle waves lap against the shore, creating a soothing soundtrack for beachgoers.

For nature lovers, Seaton Beach serves as a gateway to the stunning East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Walking trails and footpaths wind through the nearby Axmouth to Lyme Regis Undercliffs National Nature Reserve, offering opportunities to discover hidden coves, dramatic cliffs, and diverse wildlife.

Seaton itself is a charming seaside town, with a variety of amenities and attractions to enhance a visit to the beach. There is something for everyone, from quaint cafes and seafood restaurants to traditional pubs and gift shops. The Esplanade, a promenade that runs along the beachfront, provides a pleasant setting for a leisurely stroll, with benches to sit and admire the panoramic sea views. Seaton’s beach also has an all-year-round dog-friendly zone so no one is left out of the fun!

Whether you're seeking a peaceful seaside escape, an educational adventure, or a scenic exploration of the Jurassic Coast, Seaton Beach in Devon offers a delightful coastal experience that will leave visitors with lasting memories of its natural beauty and tranquillity.

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