Discover Cornwall and see just how much there is to see and do – you will have to come back time after time. This magical county, steeped in myth and legend, is the perfect destination for family holidays in Cornwall, with outstanding natural beauty all around
St Michael's Mount
From the entrance to our holiday park you can see this monument rising up from the sea. Take a short drive to Marazion, and walk across the causeway at low tide, or take a boat trip at high tide. Learn about the legend of this Medieval Monastry. If you feel fit climb the steps to the top and take in the spectacular views of Mount’s Bay.
The Lizard Peninsula
Explore this beautiful peninsula, which combines rugged moorland with stunning coastal communities. Visit the UK’s most southerly destination at Lizard Point, discover Cornwall at its most remote. Visit the picturesque fishing village of Cadgwith, enjoy a Cornish pasty in Mullion and wander along the sea front in Coverack.
Isles Of Scilly
It is hard to imagine these almost tropical islands are part of the UK. These beautiful islands can be reached in only 20 minutes by plane from Lands End. Or enjoy a leisurely cruise from Penzance to the island of St Mary’s around the stunning Penwith headland.
Visit Cornwall’s only city, with its historic cathedral. Truro is a vibrant city and the heartbeat of the county, being Cornwall’s administrative hub. Wander around the cobbled streets, browse the many national and independent shops and sample this city’s fantastic nightlife, with top notch bars and restaurants. Take in a show at the Hall for Cornwall which regularly features well known international performers.
Welcome to a beach lover’s paradise! Newquay has 7 beaches, the most popular of which is the world-renowned Fistral Beach, famed for its surfing qualities. Newquay is a busy town and hosts many prestigious events, from the Boardmasters music festival to its own Newquay Fish Festival, both of which attract thousands of visitors each year.
Take the short trip to the north coast of Cornwall and visit St Ives - and you won't be disappointed. Boutique shops, beautiful beaches and top class cafes, bars and restaurants aplenty...
We may not be able to guarantee the weather during your stay with us but we can say with some degree of certainty that you won’t get bored! There is so much to see and do in Cornwall that you simply won’t fit it all in (you’ll just have to come back next year!)
Explore West Cornwall
West Cornwall is a region of remote landscapes and rugged natural beauty. If you want to see a wilder side to Cornwall then spend your days exploring the far western reaches of the county.
Cornwall is quite simply bursting with award-winning family attractions! From the Eden Project to Newquay Zoo - and many are located right on our doorstep!
Away from the beaches and the attractions, Cornwall is also home to jam-packed events diary. From traditional May Day festivals to agricultural shows. Why not sample a slice of Cornish culture during your stay?
Cornwall is famed for its coastline, and there’s little wonder why. It’s home to hundreds of beaches – from hidden coves with tranquil blue waters to wide-open expanses of sand that are ideal for long walks with the dog. What will you discover?
One of our favourites and not too far from our holiday park, Porthcurno has got it all. Turquoise waters, golden sands and views to die for!
Head away from our park, towards Helston and you'll pick up signs for Praa Sands. This small but picturesque village is home to a truly magnificent beach - well worth a visit.
Porthmeor, St Ives
Situated in the shadow of the iconic Tate St Ives building, Porthmeor is sandy, safe beach popular with surfers and swimmers alike in an ideal location just a stone’s throw from the centre of St Ives.
The sandy beach at Godrevy is connected to Gwithian beach at lower tides to create an impressive stretch of sand. It's also a great spot for surfers, with epic waves in the right conditions.
Just a stone's throw from our park, Marazion Beach has the most spectacular view of St Michael's Mount and the bay beyond, Mounts Bay, recently voted one of the most beautiful bays in the world.
We just love Poldhu Cove, and we think you will too! This is a lovely west-facing sandy beach is suitable for lots of fun activities from building sand castles to beach volleyball. It's great for swimming, surfing and windsurfing.