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Cliffs and sea towards Exmouth from Dawlish WarrenRed Arrows at Dawlish Warren (c) Nik LangdonTowards Dawlish from Red Rock (c) M Rogers

The Times, Saturday 28th August, 2010

"A fine place, near Exeter, where you can enjoy crowds of waders and, on good calm days in winter, all kinds of birds that like to sit on the sea: grebes, divers and sea ducks. The walk along the Exe estuary is also pretty fabulous, with great crowds of wintering avocet."

Top 10 Places by the sea - Dawlish Warren - Simon Barnes

The Times, Saturday 13th April, 2013

“There are ancient sand dunes here, stained pink from the underlying sandstone, packed with wild flowers in spring, including the spectacular blue sea holly and yellow evening primrose with big crinkled petals. Come in April on a sunny day and with luck you'll see Dawlish Warren's floral star, Romulea columnae, a delicate little pale lilac sand crocus whose only known British mainland locations are here and at Polruan, Cornwall.”

30 wild days out for Spring - Dawlish Warren - Christopher Somerville

 

There is something for everyone here - come and see for yourself!

Did you know...? 95% of visitors would recommend Dawlish Warren to a friend.

(Source: DWT Visitor Survey 2011)

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