Places to visit West Cornwall
Cornwall's world famous open-air theatre at Porthcurno near Lands End
A sub-tropical paradise with a stunning coastal backdrop. Discover the magic of this beautiful Cornish valley garden with over four miles of footpath. Explore under canopies bursting with exotic blooms. Follow vibrant tunnels of colour that cascade down to our very own secluded beach on the Helford River.
Visit the Tate Gallery which stands out over Porthmeor beach
An Iron Age settlement was originally occupied almost 2,000 years ago. Found in Newmill near Penzance
Stunning cove near The Lizard peninsula, the most southerly part of the British mainland.
World famous Biomes. The world's largest rainforest in captivity plus so much more
A wonderful Maritme Museum with lots to do set on Falmouths water edge
Stunning historic town. Everything from the Tate Modern, pretty beaches and amazing restaurants to be found amongst the cobbled streets
The maze of informal paths leads you around this peaceful Cornish garden with champion trees and shrubs, many of which are over 100 years old, to be discovered alongside some species of plants rarely seen grown in this country.
Miles of stunning scenery everywhere! From the softer South coast to the dramatic North coast. All within a short distance away.
Poldark one of Cornwall’s most important heritage sites. Situated in the picturesque Wendron Valley, now a WORLD HERITAGE SITE, once the scene of intense industrial activity, the site’s attractive surroundings and gardens belie its industrial past.
The amazing island of St Michael’s Mount, discover legend, myth and over a thousand years of incredible history…
The bustling pretty Cathedral City of Truro
Pretty cove near Penzance. Stunning coastal path for stretching the legs. Finish with a cuppa over looking the cove
Stunning Cornish fishing village set on the south coast. Wonderful pub in the heart of the village.
Unveiled in 1992 from under decades of overgrowth, the Lost Gardens were restored on a shoestring budget and hailed by The Times as "...the garden restoration of the century". Today the mysterious gardens and estate offer over 200 acres for exploration.