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Beaches and Coast Walks
Hiking and Cycling
Wild Guide: Devon, Cornwall and South West, a new book featuring hundreds of places to explore, swim, eat and stay.

Here is our selection of Things To Do in the local area.
Printed copies of this info are available at Keveral.

THE MONKEY SANCTUARY
Centre for rescued monkeys and environmental education, based around a Victorian house in a beautiful location overlooking the sea. Good vegetarian cafe in the car park. 1½ miles, 30 minutes walk.
monkeysanctuary.org

LOOE
beach (crowded), fishing boats, boat trips, shops, places to eat, banks..

LOOE ISLAND
Nature reserve managed by Cornwall Wildlife Trust, good for birdwatching. Take a boat trip from the quay at Looe (times subject to tides), and spend about 2 hours on the island. 5 miles. cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk

FISHING TRIPS
2 hour trips for mackerel, or 4 hour trips for deep sea fishing, from Looe quay. Bring home your supper.

POLPERRO
A picturesque old fishing village, but very touristy. The only car park is 15 minutes walk from the harbour and is expensive. A good way to get there is to park at Talland, where there is a beach and cafe, and to walk one mile along the coast path.
Talland Bay Beach Cafe

FOWEY
Take the pedestrian ferry from Polruan, take a look around Fowey, take the car ferry back to Bodinnick, then walk through the woods alongside the estuary back to Polruan. Try canoeing in the estuary. 15 miles.

THE EDEN PROJECT
Tropical and mediterranean trees and plants in two large 'biomes' in an impressive setting, Very crowded on wet days in the peak season, but go there on a better day for less people and to enjoy the attractive outdoor gardens. Good cafes. Started by a Dutchman, Tim Smit. 25 miles, near St Austell. Tie it in with a visit to CHARLESTOWN, a historic harbour where you will often see Tall Ships (old sailing ships).
edenproject.com

THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN
Renovated gardens of a Victorian estate (another of Tim Smit's projects). Close to Gorran Haven beach and Mevagissey, 34 miles.
heligan.com

PLYMOUTH
Walk around the sea front to the historic PLYMOUTH HOE and Barbican. Visit the NATIONAL MARINE AQUARIUM. You could take the scenic way into Plymouth, from Cawsand via the Cawsand Ferry to the Barbican; from Cremyll near Mt. Edgecumbe via the Cremyll Ferry to Stonehouse (2 miles from Plymouth centre, walk to The Hoe, take a bus, or take a ferry from Royal William Yard (River Cottage Restaurant) to the Barbican). (Foot passengers and cyclists only. Cars via Torpoint ferry). Do a round trip: Cremyll-Stonehouse by ferry, Royal William Yard, The Hoe, the Barbican, by ferry to Cawsand, then 3 miles along the coast path back to Cremyll. Plymouth 15 miles.
national-aquarium.co.uk

THE HURLERS STONE CIRCLES
Near Minions, on the edge of Bodmin Moor. Large and impressive Bronze Age stone circles, great views over SE Cornwall (on a clear day). Walk one mile over the open moor to the Cheesewring rock formation. 16 miles. Not far from KING DONIERT'S STONE (9th century inscribed stones) and GOLITHA FALLS (rapids and waterfall amongst ancient woodland).

TINTAGEL
King Arthurs Castle and St. Nectan's Glen, North Cornwall, Great stretch of rugged coast. 37 miles via Bolventor, 1½ hours drive.

TAMAR VALLEY, MORWELLHAM QUAY, COTEHELE
In the 1800s, the Tamar Valley was a large mining area, but now it is wooded and rural.
MORWELLHAM QUAY is a World Heritage site, featuring historic port, copper mine, working Victorian farm, railway, heavy horses and museums of costume and mining. 10.00-17.00, adults £9, kids £7, family ticket £25. Near Tavistock, 25 miles.
morwellham-quay.co.uk.
COTEHELE: historic house and gardens with restaurant plus a working watermill and workshops, owned by The National Trust. 11.00-16.00 (Gardens dawn-dusk). Adults £9, kids £5, family ticket £23. 1.5 miles via footpath from Calstock (23 miles).
nationaltrust.org.uk/cotehele
Take the 14 mile TAMAR VALLEY TRAIN from Plymouth to Gunnislake for some great scenery. Not much to see or do at Gunnislake, so stay on the train and return to Calstock, for a picnic by the river, a pub lunch, or walk to Cotehele. (Depart Plymouth 8.40, 10.54, 12.54, 14.54; return 15.45, 17.29, 19.13, 22.21, £5.20 off-peak return. Car park fee at Plymouth station £10 for the day).
carfreedaysout.com

Links to external websites
Cornwall Tourist Board
Cornwall Holiday Guide
Outdoor Activities in Cornwall



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