The Garrison peninsula above Porthcressa Beach at the rear of Hugh Town on St. Mary’s. Paths take you around the peninsula and you can well understand the strategic importance of Read more [...]
Nearest Things To Do Cornwall
Cornwall’s best-known activity is the surfing on its Atlantic coast but in a county where everything is reachable, Cornwall provides endless choices. The diversity of its two coastlines, 100’s of beaches and coves, it’s moors and mining heritage provides opportunities for walkers, nature lovers or if you just want to take a break from a day on the beach. Popular seaside towns and places to go include St Ives, Padstow and Falmouth.
Finding the right Cornwall day out for your family is easy – simply explore the links below, hit the jump to my location button or use the search at the top of the page to plan your next Cornwall activity.
Constantine Bay surf school believe in Fun in the surf. The first part of the lesson is based on the beach running you through everything you need to have the confidence Read more [...]
Loe Pool is Cornwall’s largest freshwater lake, separated from the sea by a great shingle bar. A variety of walks around the estate, including a circular route around the Loe.
Cotehele Mill is a working watermill and workshops with collections of local craftsman’s tools. The mill is located within the Cotehele Estate.
Glendurgan Garden, superb subtropical garden, with special interest for families. The garden has many fine trees, rare and exotic plants from the four corners of the globe, outstanding spring displays Read more [...]
Dupath Well is a granite well-house of c. 1500 that stands over an ancient spring, that was believed to cure whooping cough. Built by the Augustinian canons of nearby St Read more [...]
This is a great example of an art deco lido. The Lido was designed in the 1930s and in February 2014 it was severely damaged by storms and was re-opened Read more [...]
The Surf school is located on Perranporth beach and we cater for all ages 7 years upwards and all abilities. All instructors are Surfing England qualified.
Sennen Cove lifeboat station was founded in 1853,. The station is situated just one mile northeast of Land’s End and is protected from the storms and force of the Atlantic Read more [...]
Sennen Cove has become renowned for its surfing conditions and is highly regarded by local and non-local surfers alike. Sennen tends to be slightly more protected from winds and swell Read more [...]