Around Cornwall

When you arrive in Cornwall, it’s time to slow down, relax and enjoy yourself.
Cornwall is a great county for visitors, with world-class and famous attractions like the Eden Project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, Tate Modern and The National Maritime Museum.
There are so many attractions around Cornwall to keep the whole family busy. If you tire of the beach, and you would like to visit some of the attractions, these are some of our favourites for a great day out.

Newquay Zoo won the Sustainable Tourism Award and was a finalist in the Visitor Attraction of the Year Award in the Cornwall Tourist Board 2004 Awards.
Goonhilly, the largest satellite earth station in the world, is one of the most spectacular tourist attractions in Cornwall, situated near Helston on the beautiful Lizard Peninsula.
Land’s End is a place of stunning scenery and fabled views, where magnificent cliffs overlook the surging Atlantic.

More of our favourite places around Cornwall

Royal Cornwall Show 2016

There’s something for every member of the family at the Royal Cornwall Show. 6, 7 & 8th June.

Watergate Bay

Watergate Bay is a bay located between Padstow and is north of Newquay. At Watergate bay is Fifteen Cornwall Restaurant, an inspiring new restaurant from Jamie Oliver and his talented young chefs.

Eden Project, a great family day out.

Inside the artificial biomes at the Eden project are plants that are collected from all around the world.

Cornish Arms

The Cornish Arms is situated in the village of St Merryn, just outside Padstow on the beautiful North Cornwall coast.

St Mawes

St Mawes is a small fishing village and is located at the end of the Roseland peninsula, close to Portloe, Portscatho and Portholland.


Fantastic place for us girls to go shopping while the boys do their stuff.