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Alan Payling visits two attractions in Seaton on East Devon’s Jurassic Coast that would appeal to a wide range of people, particularly those who want a sustainable day out

For the operators looking to attract as wide a range of passengers as possible and to offer them the opportunity to become more aware of what is happening to the planet, a visit to Seaton will cover all bases. There is now a new attraction on the block in the charming East Devon resort, Seaton Jurassic, that combined with a visit to its long-standing next door neighbour, Seaton Tramway, would make for a great day out.

The front at Seaton. Alan Payling

Seaton itself sits in a lovely location near the border of Devon and Dorset, making this a suitable destination for tours based in Exmouth (21 miles), Sidmouth (9 miles), Weymouth (36 miles) and potentially Torquay (42 miles). Seaton is also an ideal choice for a day excursion from a swathe of southern and western England. […]

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