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North Coast > St. Agnes
The St Agnes section of Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB) highlights the dominant character of St Agnes Head, midway between Perranporth and Porthtowan, an area rich in mining history.

West Cornwall
This section of the Cornwall Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty (AONB) features Cornwall's most westerly coastline from St Ives, through Morvah, St Just, Land's End,  , Porthcurno, Lamorna and Mousehole.

West Cornwall > The Lizard
This section of Cornwall Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty follows the coastline from Marazion, Mount's Bay eastward and across the Lizard through the Helford estuary to the outskirts of Falmouth.

West Cornwall
A small narrow stretch of Cornwall AONB following the South West Coast Path west from Portreath along North Cliifs to Godrevy and its famous lighthouse.

West Cornwall > St Just
One of Cornwall’s most iconic places, and a location in BBC’s Poldark. The famous Crowns engine houses of Botallack Mine cling dramatically to the foot of the cliffs.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley
Tamar Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) straddles the  administrative border between Cornwall and Devon and covers around 75 square miles of the lower Tamar River (below Launceston) and its tributaries.

Cornwall
Koru's Frenchman's Creek Kayak Adventure is along the Helford River and creeks, including Frenchman's Creek, the inspiration for Daphne du Maurier's novel of the same name.

North Coast > Bude
The ‘Hartland’ stretch of the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty is one of the smallest, running from just above Bude to the Cornish border with Devon. It takes in the exposed parish of Morwenstow with its serrated coastline and deep valleys.