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Cornish Beaches
Rated the best beaches in the world From iconic sandy beaches to intimate sheltered coves, Cornwall’s 300+ beaches are gloriously varied. Dog friendly, family friendly, golden, pebbly, bustling or blissfully empty – we love them all! Get out in the surf at Fistral Beach, dip your toe in turquoise waters at Porthcurno or hunt for crabs at Treyarnon Bay. It's easy to see why we think they are some of the best in the world!
The beach's of Whitsand Bay offer over three miles of stunning sand from Rame Head to Portwrinkle and are considered one of Cornwall’s hidden gems. Reached by steep paths and steps that wind down between the verdant vegitation, these beaches are never crowded. At low tide the long stretches of glistening sand provides great walking or jogging opportunities, whilst the constant swell keeps surfers happy riding some huge waves. Rock pools dotted along the beach reveal fascinating marine life, and out to sea the bay is a popular dive site, home to HMS Scylla, an ex-naval frigate sunk in 2004 to form an artificial reef.
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Whitsand Bay
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The beach's of Whitsand Bay offer over three miles of stunning sand from Rame Head to Portwrinkle and are considered one of Cornwall’s hidden gems. Reached by steep paths and steps that wind down between the verdant vegitation, these beaches are never crowded. At low tide the long stretches of glistening sand provides great walking or jogging opportunities, whilst the constant swell keeps surfers happy riding some huge waves. Rock pools dotted along the beach reveal fascinating marine life, and out to sea the bay is a popular dive site, home to HMS Scylla, an ex-naval frigate sunk in 2004 to form an artificial reef.
A calm sheltered bay which looks over Plymouth Sound and is generally considered a safe place for swimming. The beach is made of sand and shingle and also has many rock pools to explore around the edges. Boats can be hired and there is a slipway from the beach. A good place for families. The twin villages of Cawsand and Kingsand are a pair of 17th Century fishing villages once renown for their smuggling activities. The streets are narrow and twisting with pretty pastel-coloured houses and can be hard to negotiate for people not used to them so cars are best left at the car park at Cawsand. The two villages are part of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and are within the Rame Peninsula, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Cawsand Bay
A calm sheltered bay which looks over Plymouth Sound and is generally considered a safe place for swimming. The beach is made of sand and shingle and also has many rock pools to explore around the edges. Boats can be hired and there is a slipway from the beach. A good place for families. The twin villages of Cawsand and Kingsand are a pair of 17th Century fishing villages once renown for their smuggling activities. The streets are narrow and twisting with pretty pastel-coloured houses and can be hard to negotiate for people not used to them so cars are best left at the car park at Cawsand. The two villages are part of Mount Edgcumbe Country Park and are within the Rame Peninsula, which is an area of outstanding natural beauty.
Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro. A surfeit of touristy gift shops do not quite manage to spoil this quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages remain undeniably attractive. Many of the cottages are covered with a profusion of flowers in summer and the streets are so narrow they are banned to cars, which makes Polperro an ideal place to explore on foot.
Polperro Beach
Just south of Looe is the smaller port of Polperro. A surfeit of touristy gift shops do not quite manage to spoil this quaint old Cornish fishing village whose narrow streets and pretty cottages remain undeniably attractive. Many of the cottages are covered with a profusion of flowers in summer and the streets are so narrow they are banned to cars, which makes Polperro an ideal place to explore on foot.
Kingsand Beach. In a secluded corner of South East Cornwall, Kingsand and its neighbouring beach at Cawsand are east-facing beaches of sand and shingle and great views of Plymouth Sound. The beaches are relatively sheltered by Picklecombe Point to the east and Penlee Point/Rame Head to the west.
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Kingsand
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Kingsand Beach. In a secluded corner of South East Cornwall, Kingsand and its neighbouring beach at Cawsand are east-facing beaches of sand and shingle and great views of Plymouth Sound. The beaches are relatively sheltered by Picklecombe Point to the east and Penlee Point/Rame Head to the west.
Food scene
Perched high on the cliffs at Whitsand Bay on the stunning Rame Peninsular in South East Cornwall, The View is a modern and vibrant family restaurant. It`s simple style allows full appreciation of the breathtaking Rame head, The Eddystone lighthouse and views far west along the Cornish coastline to Goonhilly on The Lizard. Matt and Rachel are now in their sixteenth year at The View; Matt cutting his ties with the world of fine dining for a relaxed approach, simple food cooked precisely. The use of local suppliers and small producers ensure superb ingredients are utilised. The menu changes daily with a bias towards local fish and seafood in spring and summer; as the seasons cool meat and game start to feature. The style is simple and clean with an emphasis on the main ingredient.
The View
Perched high on the cliffs at Whitsand Bay on the stunning Rame Peninsular in South East Cornwall, The View is a modern and vibrant family restaurant. It`s simple style allows full appreciation of the breathtaking Rame head, The Eddystone lighthouse and views far west along the Cornish coastline to Goonhilly on The Lizard. Matt and Rachel are now in their sixteenth year at The View; Matt cutting his ties with the world of fine dining for a relaxed approach, simple food cooked precisely. The use of local suppliers and small producers ensure superb ingredients are utilised. The menu changes daily with a bias towards local fish and seafood in spring and summer; as the seasons cool meat and game start to feature. The style is simple and clean with an emphasis on the main ingredient.
Busy place set on the top of the hill. Lovely coffee and a cream scone. All very fresh.
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Cliff Top Café
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Busy place set on the top of the hill. Lovely coffee and a cream scone. All very fresh.
Aspects Bar & Restaurant Aspects Bar & Restaurant offers a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience, and takes full advantage of its countryside location, taking in the panoramic views & opening out onto an extensive terrace for alfresco dining. If you’re a foodie, it may be tempting to know that Aspects bar & restaurant is open all day, every day, serving delicious locally sourced mouth-watering food, prepared & cooked using only the freshest, seasonal produce as well as a local larder of delicious produce from our own estate. Here at Little Fox Hotel we begin each day with a full Cornish breakfast, using sausages & bacon supplied by our local, award-winning butcher and served in the restaurant with breath taking views of the valley. Enjoy morning coffee with friends or an early lunch in our cosy lounge, or relax on the terrace in the afternoon with the obligatory Cornish Cream Tea. In the evening as well as our extensive bar menu we also offer an a la carte menu – the perfect opportunity to try something special prepared with passion & flair by our dedicated kitchen team, and taking centre stage is the stunning new bar, perfect for enjoying an evening cocktail or a few light bites during the day plus a selection of fine wines and good, local ales.
Little Fox Hotel
Aspects Bar & Restaurant Aspects Bar & Restaurant offers a relaxed and enjoyable dining experience, and takes full advantage of its countryside location, taking in the panoramic views & opening out onto an extensive terrace for alfresco dining. If you’re a foodie, it may be tempting to know that Aspects bar & restaurant is open all day, every day, serving delicious locally sourced mouth-watering food, prepared & cooked using only the freshest, seasonal produce as well as a local larder of delicious produce from our own estate. Here at Little Fox Hotel we begin each day with a full Cornish breakfast, using sausages & bacon supplied by our local, award-winning butcher and served in the restaurant with breath taking views of the valley. Enjoy morning coffee with friends or an early lunch in our cosy lounge, or relax on the terrace in the afternoon with the obligatory Cornish Cream Tea. In the evening as well as our extensive bar menu we also offer an a la carte menu – the perfect opportunity to try something special prepared with passion & flair by our dedicated kitchen team, and taking centre stage is the stunning new bar, perfect for enjoying an evening cocktail or a few light bites during the day plus a selection of fine wines and good, local ales.
It is located in the original underground officer’s mess and quartermasters store and provides a great venue to kick back and relax after a busy day on the beach! The in house Chef’s ensures that the menu is packed with locally sourced products from the land and sea with weekly specials according to the season. The Vaults also features the “Boat Bar”, a quiet snug with a distinct seafaring ambience, a quiet comfortable VIP area on the eastern flank of The Vaults. Also has a Pool table and free Wi-Fi. The Carvery in the historic Vaults restaurant is a popular Sunday lunch venue on the Rame Peninsula, and booking is advisable. A mouth watering selection of West Country meats and fresh Cornish veg topped off with Chef’ signature seasonal gravy.
The Vaults Restaurant & Bar
It is located in the original underground officer’s mess and quartermasters store and provides a great venue to kick back and relax after a busy day on the beach! The in house Chef’s ensures that the menu is packed with locally sourced products from the land and sea with weekly specials according to the season. The Vaults also features the “Boat Bar”, a quiet snug with a distinct seafaring ambience, a quiet comfortable VIP area on the eastern flank of The Vaults. Also has a Pool table and free Wi-Fi. The Carvery in the historic Vaults restaurant is a popular Sunday lunch venue on the Rame Peninsula, and booking is advisable. A mouth watering selection of West Country meats and fresh Cornish veg topped off with Chef’ signature seasonal gravy.
Places to Visit
Cornwall is absolutely packed full of great activities, free days out, and family attractions. In fact, there's so much to choose from, it can be tricky to decide what to see and do. To point you in the right direction, here's our expert guide to the top tourist attractions in Cornwall - from the globally renowned to secret havens, theme parks to wildlife parks, and so much more. We're pretty sure there's something to suit all tastes, across the length and breadth of Cornwall.
The Eden Project is a popular visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, UK. Inside the two biomes are plants that are collected from many diverse climates and environments. The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the town of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell.
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Proyecto Eden
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The Eden Project is a popular visitor attraction in Cornwall, England, UK. Inside the two biomes are plants that are collected from many diverse climates and environments. The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the town of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell.
A superb landscaped park, fallow deer, woodland and coastal walks and marvellous view, combine to make Mount Edgcumbe one of the most spectacular attractions in the West Country at any time of the year. One of only three Grade I Listed gardens in Cornwall. The Park is open daily all year round with 860 acres of beautiful landscape (including the National Camellia Collection), gardens and beaches to explore. The House is open Sunday-Thursday 11am-4.30pm (last admission at 4pm) between April and September; on Sundays only outside this period for timed tours. Special openings for guided tours of the House can also be booked. The House is an exclusive licensed venue for civil ceremonies for 2 to 120 guests plus a choice of two stunning reception venues. There are a number of stunning self catering cottages and glamping accommodation available to book on the Park. With shops, galleries, activities, workshops and cafes, there's something for everyone to enjoy at this beautiful place.
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Mount Edgcumbe House and Country Park
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A superb landscaped park, fallow deer, woodland and coastal walks and marvellous view, combine to make Mount Edgcumbe one of the most spectacular attractions in the West Country at any time of the year. One of only three Grade I Listed gardens in Cornwall. The Park is open daily all year round with 860 acres of beautiful landscape (including the National Camellia Collection), gardens and beaches to explore. The House is open Sunday-Thursday 11am-4.30pm (last admission at 4pm) between April and September; on Sundays only outside this period for timed tours. Special openings for guided tours of the House can also be booked. The House is an exclusive licensed venue for civil ceremonies for 2 to 120 guests plus a choice of two stunning reception venues. There are a number of stunning self catering cottages and glamping accommodation available to book on the Park. With shops, galleries, activities, workshops and cafes, there's something for everyone to enjoy at this beautiful place.
Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word Hoe, a sloping ridge shaped like an inverted foot and heel.
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Hoe Promenade
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Plymouth Hoe, referred to locally as the Hoe, is a large south-facing open public space in the English coastal city of Plymouth. The Hoe is adjacent to and above the low limestone cliffs that form the seafront and it commands views of Plymouth Sound, Drake's Island, and across the Hamoaze to Mount Edgcumbe in Cornwall. The name derives from the Anglo-Saxon word Hoe, a sloping ridge shaped like an inverted foot and heel.
1840s beam engine that powered the clifftop mine representing Cornish Mining and the World Heritage Site In its dramatic clifftop setting in St Just in West Cornwall, Levant Mine and Beam Engine's surviving buildings and ruins as a Cornish Mining World Heritage Site offer a window on another world where men and women toiled to extract the riches of the earth from beneath crashing waves. The mine is looked after by the National Trust so that you can interact with living mining history. While you visit dont forget to watch the 1840 beam engine worked by steam, Follow in the miners' footsteps through the tunnel to the man-engine shaft, listen to the tales of Edwardian miners, explore a patchwork of enigmatic ruins. Why you should visit * Watch the 1840 beam engine worked by steam * Follow in the miners' footsteps through the tunnel to the man-engine shaft * Listen to the tales of Edwardian miners * Explore a patchwork of enigmatic ruins * Join an expert guide to discover the site's secrets Don't forget, just by visiting the mine you're helping the National Trust to keep Levant Mine special and open for ever.
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National Trust - Levant Mine and Beam Engine
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1840s beam engine that powered the clifftop mine representing Cornish Mining and the World Heritage Site In its dramatic clifftop setting in St Just in West Cornwall, Levant Mine and Beam Engine's surviving buildings and ruins as a Cornish Mining World Heritage Site offer a window on another world where men and women toiled to extract the riches of the earth from beneath crashing waves. The mine is looked after by the National Trust so that you can interact with living mining history. While you visit dont forget to watch the 1840 beam engine worked by steam, Follow in the miners' footsteps through the tunnel to the man-engine shaft, listen to the tales of Edwardian miners, explore a patchwork of enigmatic ruins. Why you should visit * Watch the 1840 beam engine worked by steam * Follow in the miners' footsteps through the tunnel to the man-engine shaft * Listen to the tales of Edwardian miners * Explore a patchwork of enigmatic ruins * Join an expert guide to discover the site's secrets Don't forget, just by visiting the mine you're helping the National Trust to keep Levant Mine special and open for ever.
Accessed via a causeway or by boat, one of Cornwall's most iconic spots is a brilliant treasure trove for visitors. From the picturesque village and harbour, through the beautiful gardens to the historic castle where you can find out about the giant whose skeleton was found in the church, all ages will be fascinated by the mount.
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St Michael's Mount
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Accessed via a causeway or by boat, one of Cornwall's most iconic spots is a brilliant treasure trove for visitors. From the picturesque village and harbour, through the beautiful gardens to the historic castle where you can find out about the giant whose skeleton was found in the church, all ages will be fascinated by the mount.
The ruins of the historic castle, so closely associated with the legend of King Arthur, are a must-see. The outdoor interpretation takes you on a journey of 1,500 years of discovery while you can also investigate a Dark Age settlement.
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Tintagel Castle
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The ruins of the historic castle, so closely associated with the legend of King Arthur, are a must-see. The outdoor interpretation takes you on a journey of 1,500 years of discovery while you can also investigate a Dark Age settlement.
A network of magical gardens, woodland walks, an animal barn and farmland brimming with interest and intrigue, and with over 200 acres at the former hidden gardens near Mevagissey.
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Lost Gardens of Heligan
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A network of magical gardens, woodland walks, an animal barn and farmland brimming with interest and intrigue, and with over 200 acres at the former hidden gardens near Mevagissey.
The award-winning Cornish ice cream welcomes you to its farm to meet the animals and see how its delicious ice cream is made, before you get to sample it at the venue’s tearoom near Truro.
Callestick Farm Cornish Ice Cream
The award-winning Cornish ice cream welcomes you to its farm to meet the animals and see how its delicious ice cream is made, before you get to sample it at the venue’s tearoom near Truro.
Find your inner Poldark and go underground into a real 18th century tin mine. Get interactive in the Hard Rock Museum that tells the fascinating story of Cornish tin and copper mining. Explore the many buildings with their magnificent mining machinery. The beautiful landscape of Pendeen is worth a visit alone.
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Geevor Tin Mine
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Find your inner Poldark and go underground into a real 18th century tin mine. Get interactive in the Hard Rock Museum that tells the fascinating story of Cornish tin and copper mining. Explore the many buildings with their magnificent mining machinery. The beautiful landscape of Pendeen is worth a visit alone.
No trip to Cornwall is complete without visiting the most southerly point. Over the years it has developed into more of a theme park with the 4D cinema, Arthur's Quest walk-though, the Aardman attraction and lots more, including the Magic In The Skies fireworks display during the summer.
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Land's End Landmark Attraction
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No trip to Cornwall is complete without visiting the most southerly point. Over the years it has developed into more of a theme park with the 4D cinema, Arthur's Quest walk-though, the Aardman attraction and lots more, including the Magic In The Skies fireworks display during the summer.
Just one of Cornwall's many fantastic National Trust properties and gardens, Lanhydrock, near Bodmin, is a wonderful Victorian family home within a Jacobean mansion. The grounds and trails are lovely to explore too.
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National Trust - Lanhydrock
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Just one of Cornwall's many fantastic National Trust properties and gardens, Lanhydrock, near Bodmin, is a wonderful Victorian family home within a Jacobean mansion. The grounds and trails are lovely to explore too.
Sightseeing
As well as stunning views across the peninsula you will find an amazing array of wildlife, look out for kestrals, buzzards and sparrow hawks using the cliff thermals. In the bay we have an extraordinary variety of marine life that visit us from time to time including dolphins, sea lions and basking sharks. For those who love surfing and watersports you will be delighted with the quality of surf that is thrown upon this rugged part of the Cornish coastline. We’re blessed with beautiful beaches in this area, beach time is family time and you can bank on many hours of fun by playing sports, building sand castles and just generally relaxing with the people you love most.
Rame Head is a popular picnic spot for dwellers in Plymouth, just 3 miles to the north. On their way from the Cremyll ferry, picnickers follow the Cornish Coastal Path through the country park of Mount Edgcumbe house. The house itself was badly damaged by bombs in WWII, and the present structure is a reconstruction of the Tudor original. The unaltered 18th century landscape park, however, is magnificent, with sweeping views out over Plymouth Sound. The coastal path passes through woodlands carpeted with bluebells at Penlee before reaching Rame Head itself. The Head is flanked by two small beaches, Eastern and Western Gear, which are accessible only by boat. There is an old coastguard lookout on Rame Head. The coastguard has long abandoned the lookout, which is now manned by volunteers.
Rame Head
Rame Head is a popular picnic spot for dwellers in Plymouth, just 3 miles to the north. On their way from the Cremyll ferry, picnickers follow the Cornish Coastal Path through the country park of Mount Edgcumbe house. The house itself was badly damaged by bombs in WWII, and the present structure is a reconstruction of the Tudor original. The unaltered 18th century landscape park, however, is magnificent, with sweeping views out over Plymouth Sound. The coastal path passes through woodlands carpeted with bluebells at Penlee before reaching Rame Head itself. The Head is flanked by two small beaches, Eastern and Western Gear, which are accessible only by boat. There is an old coastguard lookout on Rame Head. The coastguard has long abandoned the lookout, which is now manned by volunteers.
Wow factor doesn't even begin to cover it. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps is one of the most popular places to visit on the North Cornish coast and is an absolute must-see.
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Carnewas & Bedruthan Steps
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Wow factor doesn't even begin to cover it. Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps is one of the most popular places to visit on the North Cornish coast and is an absolute must-see.
The magical route connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth steeped in history and heritage. One of Cornwall’s most popular boat trips, it carries over 162,000 passengers a year on the 2.8 mile route and is an absolute must for anyone visiting Cornwall.
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St Mawes Ferry
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The magical route connects the old world fishing harbour of St Mawes on the Roseland Peninsula with the bustling maritime port of Falmouth steeped in history and heritage. One of Cornwall’s most popular boat trips, it carries over 162,000 passengers a year on the 2.8 mile route and is an absolute must for anyone visiting Cornwall.
Things To Do
For the golfers among you, there are a number of top golf courses in the area. Whitsand Bay Golf Club is very local to us and provides a decent challenge for golfers of all ability. St Mellion International Resort is also only a short drive away.
Whitsand Bay Golf Club
For the golfers among you, there are a number of top golf courses in the area. Whitsand Bay Golf Club is very local to us and provides a decent challenge for golfers of all ability. St Mellion International Resort is also only a short drive away.
The peninsula is extremely popular for all types of fishing. It’s just a minutes walk down to the beach and there is space aplenty to fish straight from the shore. You can (hopefully) expect to catch; Sea Bass, Pollack, Sea Bream, and of course Mackerel. For the more adventurous, there are the outlying rocks off Rame Head, which are geographically more remote. If you’re a coarse fishing enthusiast, we have a very well stocked lake at the bottom of the lane, just a few hundred metres away. There’s also the option of Fishing boat hire from Looe and Plymouth which go as far as the Eddystone Lighthouse, where the more exotic types of fish being Ling, Dover Sole, Cod, Crab and yet more Mackerel.
Looe Fishing Trips
The peninsula is extremely popular for all types of fishing. It’s just a minutes walk down to the beach and there is space aplenty to fish straight from the shore. You can (hopefully) expect to catch; Sea Bass, Pollack, Sea Bream, and of course Mackerel. For the more adventurous, there are the outlying rocks off Rame Head, which are geographically more remote. If you’re a coarse fishing enthusiast, we have a very well stocked lake at the bottom of the lane, just a few hundred metres away. There’s also the option of Fishing boat hire from Looe and Plymouth which go as far as the Eddystone Lighthouse, where the more exotic types of fish being Ling, Dover Sole, Cod, Crab and yet more Mackerel.
Join us and feel the freedom of gliding across acres of countryside. You’ll laugh, master new skills, navigate assault challenges and glide like you mean it on a guided all-action safari adventure! Segway is the world’s leader of electric balancing transportation that has transformed how people play. Our vehicles are designed specifically for outdoor all-weather adventure with higher ground clearance and chunky turf tyres!
Adventure Segway
Join us and feel the freedom of gliding across acres of countryside. You’ll laugh, master new skills, navigate assault challenges and glide like you mean it on a guided all-action safari adventure! Segway is the world’s leader of electric balancing transportation that has transformed how people play. Our vehicles are designed specifically for outdoor all-weather adventure with higher ground clearance and chunky turf tyres!
There's no other theatre like it in the world. Carved out of the rocks on a dramatic cliff-scape at Porthcurno, there are enough productions during the summer to capture the attention of everyone. Also will be able to play spot the dolphins and seals out at sea too.
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Teatro Minack
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There's no other theatre like it in the world. Carved out of the rocks on a dramatic cliff-scape at Porthcurno, there are enough productions during the summer to capture the attention of everyone. Also will be able to play spot the dolphins and seals out at sea too.
Discover an interactive brewing experience, for young and old alike. Come and find out about the brewery and its history – as well as sample the award-winning beers – without having to book in advance. Hicks Bar is a great place for a meal too.
St Austell Brewery Visitor Centre
63 Trevarthian Road
Discover an interactive brewing experience, for young and old alike. Come and find out about the brewery and its history – as well as sample the award-winning beers – without having to book in advance. Hicks Bar is a great place for a meal too.
Newquay's Pirate's Quest offers a swashbuckling voyage through Cornwall's buccaneering past. This is a unique, atmospheric experience which combines theatrical actors, special effects and detailed 360-degree sets in an authentic, fully immersive, walk-through experience. Your hour-long adventure will allow you and your crew mates to feel, hear, smell, and see Cornwall's intriguing legends and exciting history.
Pirate's Quest Newquay
22 St Michael's Rd
Newquay's Pirate's Quest offers a swashbuckling voyage through Cornwall's buccaneering past. This is a unique, atmospheric experience which combines theatrical actors, special effects and detailed 360-degree sets in an authentic, fully immersive, walk-through experience. Your hour-long adventure will allow you and your crew mates to feel, hear, smell, and see Cornwall's intriguing legends and exciting history.
Cornwall’s biggest steam railway offers traditional train rides and special events such as a dining train, steam and cream events, beer and jazz trips and murder mystery evenings, straight out of an Agatha Christie series.
Bodmin and Wenford Railway - Boscarne Junction
Cornwall’s biggest steam railway offers traditional train rides and special events such as a dining train, steam and cream events, beer and jazz trips and murder mystery evenings, straight out of an Agatha Christie series.
This sanctuary, near Looe, is home to 37 monkeys, each one with a distinct character and personality. Learn about them all and even have a go at being a keeper for a day.
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Wild Futures, The Monkey Sanctuary
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This sanctuary, near Looe, is home to 37 monkeys, each one with a distinct character and personality. Learn about them all and even have a go at being a keeper for a day.
This place has been throwing people off cliffs since 2009. Near Liskeard, Adrenalin Quarry will bring out the extreme fun junkie in you. It has the UK's maddest zipwire, where you'll reach up to 40mph over the quarry. There is also a giant swing on which you'll defy gravity and loads of other thrilling things.
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Adrenalin Quarry Ltd
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This place has been throwing people off cliffs since 2009. Near Liskeard, Adrenalin Quarry will bring out the extreme fun junkie in you. It has the UK's maddest zipwire, where you'll reach up to 40mph over the quarry. There is also a giant swing on which you'll defy gravity and loads of other thrilling things.

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Whitsand Bay Surf School
Whitsand Bay's premier Surf School and Coasteering provider in SE Cornwall specialising in surfing lessons from age 7 upward, surf hire and exciting coasteering routes around Rame Head. We are a small school with a big personality and are only 5 miles from Plymouth, open year round (by appointment from 31st Oct - 1st Mar)
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Mayflower 400
As well as an ambitious new national heritage trail between the national partnership towns and cities with historic links to the Mayflower story. Here are some of the plans in place to commemorate the 400th anniversary: Plymouth, Devon The unveiled Plymouth projects for 2020 include: • ‘Mayflower Muster’ week in September; incorporating a 4 nations civic ceremony and major military displays; • new historic trails, taking visitors on a journey back to the 16th Century and exploring the city’s wider heritage; • renovations to the historic Elizabethan House, a “world class” Mayflower monument;