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Isles of Scilly > Tresco
Situated less than 30 miles off the Cornish coast, Tresco is a beautiful, family-owned island boasting unspoilt sandy beaches, clear azure waters, tropical gardens and world class accommodation. It’s a safe, peaceful haven away from the hustle of modern life.

North Coast > Camelford
A circular walk through varied Cornish countryside between Bodmin Moor and the wild north coast, well away from the usual tourist spots. 

South Coast > St. Austell
We are delighted to confirm that Wheal Martyn is now reopen to visitors.  The extensive historic grounds and largely outdoor museum offers an experience that avoids close contact with others in a natural way that dosen't feel alien.

Bodmin Moor + Tamar Valley > Bodmin
Situated within the Bodmin Moor Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, birdwatchers will enjoy a viewing feast at this moorland lake. Open for walking and picnicking and wilderness trout angling.

South Coast
Situated on the South Cornish Coast, enjoying spectacular views over St. Austell Bay, and with excellent on-site facilities providing activities and adventures on land and water, whatever the weather for all ages and abilities.

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.

West Cornwall > St Just
A  five mile walk in Cornwall’s far west, taking in its industrial heritage, whilst also offering fantastic sea views and a visit to one of only two capes in Britain!

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.