Start at St. Ives and hug the coast through the villages of Zeenor, Treen, Botallack and the Penwith Heritage Coast before arriving at the famous Land’s End sign post. Continue along the coast line towards Penzance and St. Michael’s Mount before heading for the spectacular Godolphin Estate.
Award winning beaches and a subtropical climate and plants make Carbis Bay an ideal destination to relax and unwind. The calm beach is ideal for picnics or just sitting and taking in the view, or you could take a walk to the RSPB reserve at Porth Kidney sands.
Picture postcard St Ives sparkles like a jewel, golden beaches and turquoise waters inspire the local artistic and cultural scene. See the Tate St Ives gallery or Barbara Hepworth sculptures Explore the mixture of restaurants and cafes, visit the harbour with its fishing boats or take a trip to see the seals.
Zennor has stunning views and is an ideal base to explore the rugged Atlantic coast, with walks to St. Ives amongst others. Take in the Wayside Museum, 12th century church and other local monuments including the stone tomb, Zennor Quoit.
Geevor Tin Mine
Geevor, set in the stunning Cornish landscape of spectacular views, is home to Geevor Tin Mine. Go underground to discover the workings of the 18th century tin mine, tour the Hard Rock Museum and see the mining machinery displays.
Chill out in the beautiful laid back village of Sennen. Relax and enjoy the little harbour and golden sands with the rolling Atlantic surf. Feeling more energetic?, then set off down the South West Coastal Path for stunning coastal views.
Paradise? Porthcurno might just be, turquoise waters and soft white sands on the sheltered beach make for an ideal location to relax.
Newlyn harbour is home to one the country’s largest fishing fleets, brightly coloured boats landing fish for both the UK and European markets.
Can you find pirates amongst the palm trees in Penzance? Take in the stunning view across the bay to St. Michael’s Mount, tour the Penlee House Museum and Carrab Gardens.
Guarded by the fortress of St. Michael with stunning views to Land’s End and the Lizard Peninsula you know you’ve arrived in Marazion - at low tide you can cross the causeway