The historic Exeter Quayside is like a magnet with pubs, restaurants and stacks of history. The Bill Douglas Cinema Museum is a compelling visit too. The city is surrounded by natural beauty and if ever visitors needed to counter the excesses of fine food and good wine there are bike trails which take riders through stunning countryside. On water, canoe along England’s oldest ship canal, dating back to the 16th century. Paddle boarding is another healthy option.

Pay a visit to the beautiful, historic Exeter Cathedral which is set in the tranquil Cathedral Close, a stones throw from the busy shopping centre, for some peace and reflection. The cathedral contains many interesting features such as the medieval Exeter Book and the Exeter Domesday. See here for details: Exeter Cathedral

Flights from Guernsey to Exeter airport take less than an hour and the ongoing journey to the city centre is under half an hour. The airport is a busy place with many international connections and a plethora of European destinations www.exeter-airport.co.uk

Visiting Attractions

Many of Exeter’s attractions are within easy walking distance of the town centre. There’s excellent shopping too at the Guildhall Shopping Centre guildhallshoppingexeter.co.uk, the beautiful riverside  and the fascinating moving image museum is worthy of your time www.bdcmuseum.org.uk 

Flights to Exeter Airport

Aurigny operates regular flights between Guernsey and Exeter Airport. Book flights online or call Aurigny Reservations on +44 1481 267267.

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