The town of Sidmouth – you can’t miss it when you decide to stay overnight on airbnb Exeter

The town of Sidmouth – you can’t miss it when you decide to stay overnight on airbnb Exeter

Sidmouth is a town approximately 26 kilometres from Exeter. And regardless of whether you love water or not, you must visit it. Prepare sandwiches in the kitchen of one of the houses rented on airbnb Exeter and go on an atmospheric journey to Sidmouth, which we are sure will captivate you and make you want to visit this place again in the near future. This love will be rewarded with beautiful views. You will find out for yourself that it is one of the most beautiful places on Earth.

The eastern part of the Jurassic Coast will delight you with its atmosphere and unusual colours

By renting a flat on airbnb Exeter, you can be sure that you will be staying in a location that will allow you to freely and comfortably explore Devon Shire. As already mentioned, one of the must-see places is Sidmouth. A town that is located at the mouth of the River Sid, on the English Channel. Until the 19th century, it was a small fishing village with a little harbour. Currently, it is a town with a population of around 15,000 and is situated in a valley between captivating cliffs. All those who love the depths of the ocean, its extraordinary strength and endlessness will be delighted with the views that this place offers. However, there will also be other interesting attractions. One of them is the Folk Music Festival, which takes place in August. Are you curious? Check if airbnb Exeter still has some flats available for rent. In addition, when going to Sidmouth you can also visit:

  • astronomical observatory and planetarium;
  • Connaught gardens;
  • Donkey Sanctuary

In fact, any time of the year is right to visit this town. However, it is worth checking the weather forecast and finding out when the tide is due. Why? During this time, it is possible to walk along the beach to Ladram Bay, where your eyes will be drawn to a rock club in the middle of the sea.

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