Axmouth Harbour
From the Iron Age to the Middle Ages,
this was the most important harbour in the West of England. Axmouth harbour today is a small, drying harbour dependent upon the
tides and used for recreation and by local fishing boats.
Axmouth is a pretty village 1 mile from the estuary mouth of the River Axe.

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Beer Quarry Caves
These caves have been worked since Roman times, providing the Beer stone, prized by masons and used in many of Britain's most famous buildings, including the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Westminster Abbey and 24 cathedrals, including those at Exeter, Wells and Winchester. The guided tour lasts an hour, and the knowledgeable guides will explain the hardships of the quarrymen.

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Jurassic Coastline
This stunning 95-mile coastline, one third of which is protected by the National Trust, is England’s only natural World Heritage Site - ranked alongside the Great Barrier Reef and the Grand Canyon.

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Lyme Regis
Situated in the South West of Dorset this is an historic unspoiled seaside resort and fishing port including the world famous Cobb harbour. Surrounded by beautiful coastlines and countryside, the area has now been awarded World Heritage Site Status; famous for its geology and fossil finds.

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One of Devon’s leading visitor attractions located high on the hillside above the picturesque fishing village of Beer , it is home to the famous PECO Model Railway Exhibition and the Beer Heights Light Railway. The Exhibition hall displays wonderful detailed layouts in many different scales, some with push button controls enabling children to operate the trains.

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Seaton Tramway
Famous for their open top trams, and also they have three enclosed single deck saloons. So visit any time of the year they have a tram for all seasons! They operate narrow gauge heritage trams between Seaton, Colyford and Colyton in East Devon's glorious Axe Valley, travelling alongside the River Axe estuary through two nature reserves and giving an unrivalled view of abundant wading bird life.

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