2, Exeter to Newton Abbot
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Newton Abbot is known for its "Pannier Market," a historic market that has been operating for over seven centuries. Established in the 13th century, the market has been a hub for local traders, offering a variety of goods, from fresh produce to artisan crafts.
A Fab Day Out!
Travelling from Exeter to Newton Abbot route ensures a delightful day out along the stunning South Devon coastline.
At the starting point, Exeter Bus Station, there is so much to do already before the journey has even began. Looking for some history and culture? Visit Exeter Cathedral, a stunning example of Gothic architecture, standing as a historic masterpiece with its intricate detailing, soaring vaults, and long history dating back nearly a thousand years.
Departing from Exeter, passengers are treated to scenic coastal views as the bus makes its way to Dawlish. Here, the iconic Dawlish Water creates a picturesque setting, perfect for leisurely strolls by the coast. Not in the mood for a walk? Then explore the Dawlish Warren National Nature Reserve, located at the mouth of the River Exe, known for its diverse wildlife and birdwatching opportunities.
Continuing to Teignmouth, a stunning coastal town with historic Georgian buildings, long sandy beaches, and fresh local food, visit the historic Teignmouth Pier and take in panoramic views of the English Channel. The South Devon coastal charm is complemented by quaint cafes, such as The Old Java Coffee House.
At the final stop of the journey, Newton Abbot an aesthetic, peaceful market town, there is much to do and see. This town is filled with history, dating back over 700 years to the middle ages. Why not tour one of the medieval manors that is still standing today in Newton Abbot, Bradley Manor?