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Walking Holidays

Walking Holidays

With miles of stunning coastline, Cornwall is the county to visit to explore the coast path, giving you access to spectacular scenery, dramatic cliff walks

Stunning Beaches

Stunning Beaches

The south coast of Cornwall is renowned for its beautiful sandy beaches and we are blessed in the Roseland Peninsula with many to choose from.

Gardens - Cornwall is known for its sub tropical climate and stunning National Trust and private gardens, including Glendurgan, Trebah, the Lost Gardens of Heligan and Caerhays, and of course, the Eden Project - see more details on gardens to visit on our gardens page.

Iconic Visitor Attractions, such as St Michael's Mount, St Mawes Castle, Pendennis Castle and the National Maritime Museum Cornwall, are within easy reach of your holiday home on The Roseland and well worth a visit. The National Maritime Museum Cornwall in Falmouth has many family friendly events throughout the season.

Walking - with miles of stunning coastline, Cornwall is the county to visit to explore the coast path, giving you access to spectacular scenery, dramatic cliff walks and hidden coves and beaches.

Discover Cornwall's Mining Heritage - as you can imagine, the mining heritage in Cornwall is diverse and rich in history. There are many engine houses in spectacular locations to explore, together with visits to the old mines themselves, including Geevor and Poldark mines.

Vistor Attractions

Poldark Mine

Poldark Mine

Cornwall’s only complete tin mine is set in five acres of wooded waterside gardens and provides a real insight into the industry that shaped Cornwall’s industrial and cultural heritage for hundreds of years.
St Michael's Mount

St Michael's Mount

Whether you time your visit so that you can walk the tidal causeway or take a boat, a trip to St Michael's Mount is a must-do when visiting Cornwall.  This tidal island (and Cornish twin of Mont St Michel off the coast of France) has been attracting and defending against visitors for centuries.

Art, Music and Literature - open air theatre is one of Cornwall's great loves, and throughout the summer months there are local theatre companies offering great plays - for the last few summers, the Kneehigh Theatre company has built and performed at The Asylum at the Lost Gardens of Heligan with two plays being staged this year, and Miracle Theatre perform at various venues throughout the season, including St Mawes Castle, Trelissick Gardens and the Minack. Singing is another of Cornwall's great passions and there's nowhere better than Falmouth's Sea Shanty Festival which takes place annually in mid June. The St Mawes to Falmouth ferry is a great way to travel for easy access to enjoy the singing and the atmosphere.

Surfing - more well known on the north coast of Cornwall than on our gentler south, but when the wind is in the right direction, surfing can still be possible! If you need some surf, within an easy drive, you can head across to Newquay's Fistral Beach, Perranporth or Gwithian where you will find great sandy beaches and great surfing waves (generally!). 

 

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