Travel north over the roundabout and after a mile turn left onto New Road and continue for 4 miles, turn right into Starcross, just a short stop over and browse. Situated on the west shore of the Eve estuary, with notable features of the Railway Pumping Station and engine house. Also having a small passenger ferry, this operates across the estuary to Exmouth, worth a return trip.
Continue the journey and go south and take the slight turn onto the A379 taking the first left then left again onto beach road, park and explore the area.
A small seaside resort mainly a holiday village with a great long beach on the mouth of the Exe estuary. To enjoy the magnificent scenery walk down the beach coast path which leads onto the surrounding dunes, an area for wildfowl and wading birds.
Continue down the beach road for 2 miles and park in the town.
A traditional seaside resort with red cliffs over looking the sandy beach and the towns on either side of the area called the Lawn with a flowing river and park. View the famous black swans just below the waterfall and the various gift shops, most try the special Cornish pasties they are great. Take the return trip on the train along the seafront a dramatic ride.
Continue journey just 3 miles east on the A379 into Teighmouth park near the promenade much to explore.
A popular seaside resort on the river Teigh with a active historical port handling grain, timber and clay. Walk the Victorian promenade and pier, and visit the shops, parks and the crescent of Georgian buildings.