Cornwall Attractions

Cornish Cottages Map

Lamorna Cove: An unspoilt fishing hamlet. Granite harbour, nice place to swim or fish. Beautiful coastal path walks and views through the Lamorna Valley. 10 minute walk. Tea rooms and Lamorna Wink Pub.


The Minack Theatre: Open-air theatre. Constructed on a rocky granite outcrop jutting into the sea above Porthcurno. 4 mile drive towards Lands End.


Mousehole: Largley unspoilt, Mousehole is a typical Cornish fishing village from days gone by. 1 mile walk along the coastal path from Burnt Toast self catering cottage (or a 3 mile drive).


St Michaels Mount: Tidal island located off the Mount's Bay coast of Cornwall. Joined to Marazion by a man-made causeway, passable at low tide.


Pendeen Lighthouse: The 17 metre tall lighthouse situated on the North coast of Cornwall. Built by Trinity House in 1900 to warn shipping of the dangers of rocks around Pendeen Watch.


Lands End: The most westerly point of Britain. Spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. 9 mile drive.


St Ives: Stunningly beautiful seaside town. Three great beaches. The sea is turquoise and the sand is golden. This is one of the most beautiful landscapes you will see anywhere in the world. 14 mile drive.


Godrevy: Godrevy is situated on the Atlantic coast about 3 miles from Hayle. Owned by the National Trust. Some of the best coastal walks in the country.


Merry Maidens: One of the few 'true' stone circles in Cornwall. Perfectly circular and comprising of nineteen stones. Local myth has it that nineteen maidens were turned into stone as punishment for dancing on a Sunday.


Lands End: The most westerly point of Britain. Spectacular views of the Atlantic Ocean. 9 mile drive.