Budleigh Salterton is a small town of just under 5,000 population at the mouth of the River Otter on East Devon's part of the Jurassic Coast.
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Part of the beach is used by fishermen to pull their boats out of the water, this view along the beach shows some of them.
Amongst the paraphernalia of fishing I spotted this floral display.
A view along the beach at this charmingly unspoilt little resort which is just east of Exmouth.
A view of the beach and town from the far eastern end of the beach.
A panoramic view of the beach, view full screen, full size and scroll for the best view.
Inland of the eastern end of the beach are the salt marshes of the estuary of the River Otter.
This little bay is on the River Otter just before it crosses the beach.
The river squeezes between the cliff and the ridge at the top of the beach before flowing across the lower part of it.
The river meets the sea, strange how it goes over the beach as part of it is obviously porous.
A panoramic view of the marsh, view full screen, full size and scroll for the best view.
Some of the birds on the marshes including Shellduck, Swans and Gulls.
Visit our Travel Centre for train, ferry and tunnel bookings.
This site was last updated 15/07/2012