There is so much to do in Cornwall that it’s difficult to know where to start. Whether you like wandering around beautiful gardens, shopping for curiosities, mucking about in the water or just catching some rays on a beach – we really do have it all. Below are just a few of the things you can do in and around the immediate area.

~ The Lost Gardens of Heligan – garden restoration project as seen on the BBC.

~ The Eden Project – the worlds famous horticultural project.

~ Coastal Path – walk the coast.

~ Cycle Track – cycle hire.

~ Mevagissey – Fowey Ferry – see dolphins and basking sharks.

~ St Austell Brewery – guided tours.

~ Charlestown – tall ships and the ship wreck museum.

~ Seal sanctuary – rescued and recuperating seals.

~ River Cruises Cruise – sightseeing around Falmouth and Truro.

~ Lizard Peninsular – most southerly point of UK.

~ Lanhydrock House – superb National Trust house and garden.

~ Caerhays Castle – close to the sea with a great beach.

~ Wheal Martin China Clay Museum.

~ Minack theatre – open air amphitheatre on the side of a cliff.

~ Kneehigh Theatre – open air productions.

~ St Michaels Mount – historical island.

~ Tintagel – the legendary site of King Arthur’s Castle.

~ Port Isaac – where DOC MARTIN is filmed.

~ Newquay Airport – entry to Cornwall has never been easier.

~ Railway St Austell – connects to Plymouth, Penzance, Truro.