Combe Martin

The park is situated at the top of the valley above the quaint seaside village of Combe Martin. This lovely bay has a nice sandy beach, coves, rock pools and a stunning coastline as well as being on the edge of the National Exmoor Park. The beach has been awarded for its excellence in clean water testing in 2014 enabling it to obtain the bathing award. It is famous for its fun activities of kayaking, rock pooling, co steering and dolphin watching.

Combe Martin used to be a famous for silver mining and the first documented evidence of a Royal Mine here was in 1292. A large part of the war expenses of Edward the Third and Henry the Fifth were paid for by the sale of silver mined in Combe Martin. Later it was reputed that smugglers used the underground tunnels that lead all the way from the park to the silver mine shafts on the beach.

As well as gift shops, eateries, pubs, ice cream parlours and fish and chip shops in the village, if you are interested in finding out more about the history of the area make sure you visit the Combe Museum and Information point which is open 7 days a week in the summer season.

Combe Martin is central to many activities such as Surfing, Walking, Cycling, Rock Climbing, Quad Biking, Horse Riding, Golf and so much more.

There is a variety of accommodation in our village to suit everyone from Holiday Parks and Campsites to Hotels and B&B’s. To find out more check out the tourist information website at