King Charles’s Castle is a ruined artillery fort on Tresco built between 1548 and 1551 to protect the Isles of Scilly from French attack. A semi-hexagonal structure to provide a Read more [...]
Cornwall’s best known activity is the surfing on it’s Atlantic coast but in a county where everything is reachable, Cornwall provides endless choices. The diversity of it’s 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.
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Sennen Surfing Centre operates from the of Sennen Beach located beside the beach restaurant. Our fully qualified friendly and experienced team offer a variety of surfing courses for all abilities. We Read more [...]
Rock lifeboat station was established in 1994 and operates a single inshore lifeboat. Station and shop open during the summer.
Mullion Cove Harbour is a working small protected harbour cmpleted in the 1890s. Whilst the village has a wonderful collection of shops, pubs, cafes, restaurants, and art galleries. In the Read more [...]
Saint Anthony’s Lighthouse is situated at the eastern entrance to Falmouth Harbour thus guiding vessels clear of the Manacles rocks, south of the harbour entrance.
Lanhydrock house is a magnificent late 19th Century Victorian country house with extensive servants’ quarters. The house sits within 180 hectares (445 acres) of gardens and wooded estate. Excellent place Read more [...]
Watergate Bay is popular with many adrenaline activities including kite surfing, kite buggying, mountain boarding, waveskiing and surfing.
Saint Mawes Castle is among the best-preserved of Henry VIII’s coastal artillery fortresses. The castle was one of the chain of forts built between 1539 and 1545 to counter an Read more [...]
St Catherine’s Castle is one of a pair of small artillery forts, built by Thomas Treffry approximately 1540. The D-shaped, stone fortification, equipped with five gun-ports for cannon, overlooked the Read more [...]
The Sea Pool at Bude was created in the 1930s to provide a haven for safe swimming. The pool is around 91m long and 45m wide. The sea-water pool sits Read more [...]
Trelissick Garden, tranquil varied garden with panoramic views down to Falmouth and the open sea. Park, woodland and riverside walks, taking in Roundwood Iron Age fort.
St Agnes lifeboat station operates an inshore lifeboat located at Trevaunance Cove. Station open by appointment and the shop is open daily during the summer months.