Long sweeping beaches and coastal resorts at Minehead, Burnham-on-Sea, Weston-super-Mare or Clevedon are perfect for family holidays made from sand, sea and surf. Venture inland and you will find an epic and wild countryside, alive with colour. A National Park plus three Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty are home to a diverse range of wildlife

The internationally important area of the Levels and Moors are a rural idyll where traditional crafts still bind the tapestry of West Country life. Willow is one such craft that the area is famed for.  Cradled in the arms of the countryside, historic towns andvillages invite you to seek out their history and heritage.  There are also many hidden treasures just waiting to be discovered as you make your way across this magical county.

The Somerset Visitor Centre is located at Sedgemoor Services, M5 South (between J21 & J22) BS26 2UF.  

Located at the gateway to the South West at Sedgmoor services just south of junction 21 (Weston Super Mare).  Our friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you plan your visit to Somerset with accommodation bookings, public transport information, details of attractions and events.  Level access and specific information for visitors with disabilities.  We now have a full range information on enjoying Somerset without impacting the environment. 

The phone number is 01934 750833, and e-mail address is somersetvisitorcentre@somerset.gov.uk.  You can also get information via SMS on 07847245938. There are also a number of networked information centres throughout the area. 

For more information, check out the Visit Somerset website.

Somerset - A county of myths & legends

Taunton Town Centre

Burnham on Sea