Seaton is a seaside resort with a seafront. It surrounded by beautiful coastlines and countryside, the area has now been awarded World Heritage Site Status; famous for its geology and fossil finds.
The town of Beer whose name comes not from the alcoholic beverage but from the old English word bearu, meaning forest, is nearby. The town rings a small cove with a big beach, with no harbour to speak of. Boats are pulled up onto the beach.
- 1 Seaton Tramway. A tram line that runs along the estuary of the River Axe to Colyton.
- Seaton Museum, Town Hall, Fore Street. late May to October: M-F 10:30AM-12:30PM and 2:15-5PM. Has collection of artifacts and old photographs.
- Seaton Jurassic. Jurassic experience.
- 2 Beer Quarry Caves, Quarry Lane, Beer, ☏ , ✉ email@example.com. Open every day until Sat 31st October. From April to September Tours Start at 10:30AM, 11:30AM, 12:30PM, 1:30PM, 2:30PM and 3:30PM. Adult £7.50, child 5 to 16 years and senior citizen £5.50, family 2 adults + 2 children £23.50, under 5's free.
- 3 Pecorama, Nr Beer, ☏ . Apr-Oct: daily 10AM-5PM; limited winter opening. A museum of model railways, Pecorama's prize feature is the Beer Heights Light Railway, a miniature railway that runs through the building's gardens. adult from £10.
- Relax on the beach or seafront.
- Take a tram to Colyton.
- Beer Beach. The beach at Beer is pebbled, with long rubber mats leading towards the water.
- Lots of shops along the 'Fore Street'
- Frydays. Fish & chips. Only open Fridays'
- Seaton Fish Bar. Fish & chips
- Gina Mala: Italian and Thai restaurant.
- Osborne's Coffee and Wine Bar.
- West to Branscombe and Sidmouth
- East to the Jurassic Coast, Lyme Regis and Charmouth
- North to Axminster