Cornwall’s Attractions

Eden Project

The Eden Project is under half an hour away and is one of the most famous gardens in the UK. The Rainforest Biome and the Mediterranean Biome spread the stories of plants from across the world. Renowned musical artists perform throughout the Summer and the Eden Bakery is fast becoming a favourite place to eat throughout Cornwall.

Minack Theatre

The Minack Theatre is a world famous open air theatre located right on the coastline of Porthcurno Bay. Wrap up in blankets on the stone steps and enjoy the theatre and fantastic sea views. Arrive earlier in the day to make the most of their succulents and cacti garden.

St Mawes

Escaping the crowds of the North Coast in the nearby coastal town of St Mawes gives visitors a taste of the Mediterranean. Gift shops and wonderful places to eat such as the Tresanton Hotel (which do delicious homemade ice cream on the Terrace in the Summer months). A twenty minute passenger ferry can be caught to Falmouth.

The National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum is situated in the nautical town of Falmouth overlooking the water. It is known for celebrating the sea, boats and Cornwall and hosts various exhibitions throughout the year. Falmouth itself is a fun day out, with harbour-side restaurants, galleries and Pendennis Castle.

Tate St Ives

St Ives is one of the most stunning towns in the South West, and enticed artists such as Barbara Hepworth and Ben Nicholson to its cobbled streets and white sand shores. The Tate Gallery, on the edge of Porthminster beach is well worth a visit.


Situated on the River Fowey, Fowey has a unique and unspoilt charm. Cobbled walkways, narrow streets and a busy boating scene. Steeped in nautical history, the town has a regatta each Summer as well a literary festival every May to celebrate the life and work of Dame Daphne Du Maurier, who spent most of her life in Fowey.

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