Tourism Partners

Tourism Partners

We are proud to work with our local tourism network. This includes Devon & Exmoor Tourist Information Centres, Visit Exmoor, the National Trust and Exmoor National Park.

A part-council part-business-owner group, LETA was created in 2009 and tasked with looking after the current and future prosperity of tourism in Lynton & Lynmouth.

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Visit Exmoor

Visit Exmoor, is the leading industry body supporting and promoting tourism across the Greater Exmoor area, including Exmoor National Park, West Somerset and surrounding areas.

Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway

A world-famous tourist attraction in its own right, the Lynton & Lynmouth Cliff Railway draws thousands of visitors to our area every year.

Exmoor National Park

Exmoor was designated as a National Park in 1954.  The co-ordination of work to achieve National Park purposes in the area has been undertaken by local government and since 1997 by a free-standing Exmoor National Park Authority.

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Porlock Visitor Centre

Porlock Vale Tourist Association looks after the tourism interests of  Porlock and the surrounding villages of Porlock weir, Luccombe, Wootten Courteney, Bossington, Horner, Allerford, Selworthy, Culbone.

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Visit Combe Martin

The team at Visit Combe Martin take care of the tourism requirements of Combe Martin, including their local business association. 

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Watchet Visitor Centre

The Love Watchet team are located in the Watchet Vistor Centre and manage their towns tourism requirements.

Ilfracombe TIC

Based in the iconic Landmark building in Ilfracombe. The team look after the tourism requirements of their coastal town.

Minehead TIC

The Minehead Information Centre can be found in The Beach Hotel alongside the West Somerset Railway station.

Woolacombe & Morthoe TIC

The Woolacombe Tourist Information Centre is the first stop-off point for everything Woolacombe & Mortehoe.

The National Trust

The National Trust looks after the places you love, from houses, buildings and gardens to coast and countryside.