Newquay’s best and brightest fun Park
The world famous gallery based in St Ives, Cornwall
Set amongst 10 acres of exotic lakeside gardens with animals from all around the world. See the very popular Otter family playing in the stream in the Oriental Garden, look out for Meerkats on sentry duty, the beautiful Red Pandas and glimpse the strange and endangered lemurs and Fossa. Events are run throughout the year.
Housed in an award winning building on the Falmouth harbour-side, the National Maritime Museum Cornwall transports you into the world of small boats and Cornish maritime history.
The Ultimate Undersea Safari – There’s a world of underwater adventure just waiting to be discovered at the award winning Blue Reef Aquarium. Enjoy close encounters with graceful sharks and rays. Stroll among the colourful inhabitants of a coral reef in a spectacular underwater tunnel. With over 40 living displays, informative talks, feeding demonstrations and special events, the aquarium is a spectacular experience whatever the weather.
See why The Cornish Cyder Farm is The Nations Favourite Farm Visit every year for the last 5 years as verified by the English Tourist Board. Visitors are always welcome. The farm shop offers free tastings of all products and you can watch them work.
The Minack Theatre is an open-air theatre, constructed above a gully with a rocky granite outcrop jutting into the sea. The theatre is located near Porthcurno, 4 miles from Land’s End.
Discover Cornwalls unique culture from the ancient past to the present day. Explore magnificent minerals, archaeology and natural history along with our impressive collection of Newlyn School paintings and decorative art. Family trails & activities, talks and lectures occur throughout the year along with a full programme of exciting exhibitions. Entrance is free.
Biome conservatories containing plants from the rainforests and the warm temperate regions of the world.
Land’s End is one of Britain’s best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and beautiful scenery. A visit to this, the most south westerly point of mainland Britain, will provide you with a fantastic day out. Entrance to Land’s End is free, you only pay to park your car.
Diving in Cornwall on The Lizard including SCUBA diving on the Manacles, PADI, IANTD, TDI courses and basking shark trips, hard boat and RIB charters, shore diving and on site dive shop, air and nitrox.
A small surf school based at the beach front at Holywell Bay. The surf school runs 7 days a week from mid May until October
Add a little adrenaline to life with a lesson at the Extreme Academy… Whether you are a complete novice or experienced in wind and wave sports, the Extreme Academy is an amazing place to try something new or sharpen your skills.
The BLUE POINTER operates from the Helford in West Cornwall within one and a half hours of 200 wrecks and some of the best reefs Cornwall has to offer. Catering for groups of any experience, on the BLUE POINTER they organise the day’s fishing to suit your requirements. Whether you want to drift for big pollack and cod, anchor for eels and ling, live-bait for big bass or fish the inshore reefs and holes to add new species to your catch list, they will do their utmost to put you on the fish.
Hire the bike and accessories of your choice to spend the day cycling off road along a picturesque cycle trail in the heart of the Cornish mining landscape
Activities at Lusty Glaze Beach in Newquay. Surfing, Coasteering, rock climbing, zip wire rides and more.
Mobile outdoor adventure activity centre offering a wide range of exhilarating activities including:- Coasteering, Guided Surf Safari’s, Surfing, Traction Kiting, Eco Traversing and Ocean Awareness
More than 100 FREE Cornwall walks to download, details of all the books, maps and walking groups in the County.
2 or 3 hour wildlife marine safaris from Falmouth on an exciting RIB. Looking for dolphins, sharks, seals and other wildlife.
A 16th century thatched pub in the heart of Cubert.
The Bowgie Inn, a pub steeped in history situated on the West Pentire headland close to the charming village of Crantock, near Newquay. A stunning setting for eating or enjoying a few drinks after a walk on the beautiful headland or the unspoiled beaches.
A Cornish Restaurant carved into the Cubert hillside (5 mins)
The 16th century Falcon Inn stands in the unique village of St Mawgan, nestling in the Vale of Lanherne, a village of outstanding tranquility and natural beauty. The Inn comprises of a bar area and separate restaurant a large well kept beer garden and as well as covered areas outside for eating alfresco.
Fifteen Cornwall is part of a global social enterprise, founded by Jamie Oliver with a clear mission – empower those who deserve a second chance in life. We aim to inspire people through food, whether it’s the apprentice chefs in our kitchen or the diners in our restaurant.
The Watering Hole bar is always warm and friendly with a relaxed atmosphere. It has an excellent selection of beers on tap, cocktails and an extensive choice of fine wines to suit all tastes.
A group of inspected restaurants, pubs and eateries who actively and proudly use and promote Cornish food. You won’t be disappointed!