Exmouth Beach is a 3.2 km (2 mi) long sandy beach in East Devon, backed in parts by sand dunes. It is the western gateway to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site.
The beach is a hive of water sports activities, with swimming, kayaking and canoeing, fishing, kite surfing, jet skiing, surfing, wind surfing and sailing, as well as boat trips and bird-watching cruises to view the birdlife on the mudflats and marshes of the Exe Estuary. There are wrecks for divers to explore in Lyme Bay. Hikers can walk part of the South West Coast Path here and the Exe Estuary Trail cycle path runs alongside.