Seaton, Devon

Seaton tide times



April 2024

Seaton tide times

Date Low tides High tides
Sat20
11:061.1m
23:201.1m
05:103.3m
17:413.3m
Sun21
11:450.9m
23:590.9m
05:533.5m
18:193.5m
Mon22
12:200.7m
06:323.7m
18:553.6m
Tue23
00:340.7m
12:520.6m
07:093.8m
19:313.7m
Wed24
01:050.6m
13:220.6m
07:463.8m
20:053.8m
Thu25
01:340.6m
13:490.6m
08:213.8m
20:373.8m
Fri26
02:020.6m
14:160.7m
08:543.7m
21:063.8m


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Things to see and do near Seaton

If you're planning a visit to Seaton, you'll find that there are plenty of things to see and do in the surrounding area. Here are just a few ideas to help you make the most of your trip.

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  • Beach House Art - Check out the Beach House Blog for guides on pressing seaweed and more!
  • Eating Out – Sample the local seafood at one of Seaton's many restaurants. Enjoy a meal overlooking the sea at the Esplanade Hotel, or take a short drive to Beer for a hearty pub lunch.
  • Fossil Hunting – Seaton is located on the Jurassic Coast, so it's the perfect place to look for fossils. Take a guided tour or explore the beaches with a metal detector.
  • Seaton Wetlands – Explore this amazing nature reserve and spot a variety of birds, insects, and wildflowers. Take a boat trip along the Axe Estuary to get a closer look.
  • Beer Quarry Caves – Visit these enormous underground limestone quarries and learn about their fascinating history. See artefacts and tools used by the miners.
  • Seaton Tramway – Take a ride on the oldest operating electric tramway in the world. Enjoy the views of the coastline from the top deck.
  • Axe Valley Wildlife Park – Visit this family-friendly zoo and get up close to a variety of animals. Feed the wallabies, see the meerkats, and watch the sea lions.
  • Sidmouth – Take a short drive along the coast to the charming seaside town of Sidmouth. Enjoy a stroll along the beachfront, browse the shops, and visit the Donkey Sanctuary.
  • Axe Valley Cycle Trail – Get out and explore the countryside on two wheels. Follow the trail from Seaton to Beer and back, or extend your ride along the River Axe.
  • Colyton – Visit this picturesque town, known as the most rebellious town in England. Take a walk around the village and explore the medieval church.
  • Salcombe Hill Nature Reserve – Hike up to the top of Salcombe Hill and enjoy panoramic views of the countryside. Look out for red deer and other wildlife.
  • Beer Head – Take a walk along the dramatic cliffs of Beer Head and admire the stunning coastal views. Look out for dolphins, seals, and seabirds.
  • Branscombe Beach – Spend a day at this stunning beach, fringed by cliffs and rock pools. Pack a picnic and relax in one of the beach huts.
  • Seaton Jurassic – Visit this interactive science centre and explore the local geology and wildlife. Take part in a workshop or join a guided tour.
  • Blackdown Hills – Explore the rolling hills and valleys of the Blackdown Hills. Enjoy a spot of birdwatching or visit one of the many historic sites.
  • Seaton Jurassic Coast Centre – Follow the trail along the coast and learn about the area's fascinating geology. Pick up a souvenir from the shop or take part in a workshop.

There are many things to see and do near Seaton. Whether you're interested in history, nature, or outdoor activities, you'll find plenty of ways to enjoy your time in the area!