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About SECTA

The South East Cornwall Tourism Association (SECTA) represents around 150 tourism related businesses throughout South East Cornwall, including accommodation and service providers, attractions and those in associated trades.

SECTA's remit is to:

  • represent and protect the interests of its Members through its membership of, or liaison with, partner organisations, both nationally and locally
  • promote South East Cornwall as a visitor destination while preserving the unique character of the area
    promote facilities and services offered by SECTA Members
  • lay down a Code of Practice and Minimum Standards for accommodation and undertake inspections, where necessary
  • promote high standards in all amenities offered by Members
  • research, negotiate and operate services and opportunities of direct benefit to its Members
  • provide a forum for Members to submit ideas, exchange information, provide mutual support and encourage debate.

To find out how SECTA achieves these aims, and brings tangible benefits to its Members, please see Joining SECTA

SECTA encourages its Members to use local suppliers - for a list of suppliers of goods and services who are Members of SECTA, click here

For the benefit of Visitors and Members alike, SECTA aims to maintain quality standards among its accommodation providers. To this end, SECTA requires, as a condition of membership, that members providing accommodation pass an inspection. If a member has not already passed inspection by any other organisation, such as the AA, RAC, South West Tourism (SWT) or any other body inspecting under the National Quality Assurance Scheme (NQAS), then they may join the SECTA inspection scheme.

South East Cornwall Tourism Association

30th May 2016

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