St Austell Bay: A Guide

The curve of St Austell Bay with its many sandy beaches is a haven for watersports and family holidays and is also fantastic for walking and cycling, with many woodlands and trails through a variety of landscapes. At its centre, the town of St Austell, has grown from the riches of the China Clay industry. Walk along Fore Street and you will discover the fine Holy Trinity Parish Church and opposite, the Italianate facade of the Market House. The town centre also has a cinema, restaurants, cafes and shops.

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It’s the Cornwall Tourism Awards tonight and we wish all Visit Cornwall members involved best of luck.

5 to try: Christmas light displays

From twinkling harbours to brightly lit festive characters, Cornwall’s Christmas light displays have got it all going on! Here’s where to go to see Christmas sparkle with a Cornish twist…

Family Friendly Woodland Walks

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Firework displays in Cornwall

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The Camel in the Autumn

As the memory of lazy days on the beach fades... It's time to rediscover Cornwall's quieter side.