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Seaton from bluebells to pirates
1 hour walks
Walk 1 (7.9 miles) Walk 2 (4.2 miles)Walk 3 (3.8 miles)
Beer & HolyfordBeer Shorter Walk Colyton & Tram
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Seaton ,once a Roman port,is known for its Tramway (see below) and Jurassic Centre.

Point of Interest nature reserve
Seaton Tramway
Jurassic Centre
Beer Beach
Beer Beach

Walk 1 Beer & Holyford Woods (7.9 miles)

This varied walk starts at Seaton and takes you through Holyford Nature reserve where in spring the woodland floor is carpeted in bluebells and the air is filled with the aroma of wild garlic. Oak,ash and hazel abound in Holyford Woods and birds nest in holes in trees,bats roost in handy crevices and tangled roots can provide nest sites for weasels and wood mice. A goyle,or sunken stream runs through the heart of the woodland,

The journey continues via Beer,a most picturesque coastal village that grew up around a smugglers' cove and caves which were once used to store contraband goods.

Walk 1 
7.9 miles
2 hrs 35 mins
main roads
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altitude range
18 - 154 m
quality of track

Walk 2 Shorter walk to Beer (4.2 miles)

This shorter walk (4.2 miles) leads to Beer along the coast (as walk 1) returning via Seaton Down Hill and some residential roads - see map below.

From Beer you may also like to return the way you came,ie along the coast - total distance 2.4 miles,

Walk 3 Seaton to Colyton (3.8 miles)

Seaton Tramway

Various options combining a tram journey with a walk.

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Old Beer Road,near the Toilets

There is one steep climb.

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Walk 1

Seaton to Beer walk

Walk 2 Seaton to Beer

 Walks near Seaton:
This is a must do walk if you are in this area - it will involve some climbing but views of coastline are breathtaking.
 Lyme Regis
A most invigorating pub walk to the Talbot Arms in Uplyme involving some steep hills,partly following the scenic Liberty Trail & East Devon Way.
An invigorating and rewarding walk with breathtaking views of East Devon.
Axmouth is a very picturesque village at the end of the Roman Fosse Way offering the walker 2 pubs and magnificent views of the Axe estuary.