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Why visit Cullompton?
Set within the Culm Valley and surrounded by beautiful countryside, Cullompton is a market town that is perfect for anyone looking for a relaxing holiday break. Close to the nearby Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, get close to nature and wildlife as well as exploring miles of walking routes.
Cullompton has a number of historic buildings dating back hundreds of years, with several of them holding listed status. Perhaps the finest of them all is St Andrew’s Church which dates from the 15th century. The sandstone tower is 120 feet high and dominates the surrounding buildings.
The town holds a regular market selling all sorts of items from fresh meat and fish to gifts and jewellery. You won’t be short of choice for places to eat and drink - there is a good variety of cafés, pubs and restaurants to choose from.
If you are visiting with your family then there are many nearby attractions to keep children of all ages entertained. Head to Crealy Theme Park, an outdoor park with over 60 rides, live shows and a zoo. If you are feeling adventurous then tackle the Bear Trail, an outdoor assault course for the whole family,
Places to visit near Cullompton
Close to Cullompton is the market town of Tiverton. Enjoy a horse drawn barge trip along the Grand Western Canal or spend a day exploring the house and gardens of Knightshayes Court. Travel down to the coast and explore the seaside towns of Seaton, Branscombe and Sidmouth.