Blue Reef Aquarium

Blue Reef Aquarium

Blue Reef is part of an exciting new generation of aquarium attractions designed to inspire deeper understanding and appreciation of the natural world. The displays take you on an undersea tour showing you everything from the British coastline to faraway tropical reefs and lots more in between.

Bolingey Inn

Bolingey Inn

The Bolingey Inn oozes old world charm inside and out and the setting for the Inn is just beautiful within the village of Bolingey. Whether you have just enjoyed a round of golf at the Perranporth Golf Club or a scenic flight over the beautiful Cornish coastline from the Perranporth Aerodrome, this Cornish Inn is the perfect place to stop.

Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps

Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps

Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps is one of the most popular places to visit on the North Cornish coast and is an absolute must-see. Enjoy magnificent walks past picture-postcard coves, windswept headlands and holiday resorts – this stretch of the coast path running north of Bedruthan ranks among the prettiest in the South West.

Crealy Adventure Park

Crealy Adventure Park

Crealy Great Adventure Parks are the Southwest’s No.1 Family day out. Complete with park rides, indoor fun, outdoor fun, animals and pre-school activities – you will have a fun filled day out together, whatever the weather.

Fifteen by Jamie Oliver

Fifteen by Jamie Oliver

Located in a stunning position next to the sand at Watergate Bay on the North Cornish coast. Cornwall is a heaven for food lovers, offering fabulous seafood and a wealth of fantastic local produce; Fifteen makes full use of this, serving modern, Italian influenced dishes, using seasonal ingredients from the finest artisan producers in the county.

Fistral Beach

Fistral Beach

Newquay’s famous Fistral Beach – “The Home of British Surfing”. Whether you’re into surfing or just prefer watching from the beach with an ice cream, this is a real gem of Cornwall.

Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm

Healey’s Cornish Cyder Farm

Visit a real working cider farm which produces spirits, wines, Scrumpy, preserves and cider! There’s plenty to do making it a great day out: take a guided tour to learn the art of cider making, join the trailer ride around orchids, go and see the friendly farm yard and visit the first distillery and combined cellars in Cornwall for 300 years.

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

Lappa Valley Steam Railway

At Lappa Valley there's so much to do - three separate miniature railways running through this oasis of conservation where wildlife thrives in a protected environment. Running between the stations at Benny Halt and East Wheal Rose, the track runs on a section originally built in 1849 for a minerals railway to serve the mine at East Wheal Rose.

Milo's

Milo's Italian

Milo's is out Italian on-site restaurant, at Par Sands. Serving all things Italian, we recommend the Pizza's - made fresh from our pizza oven. Milo's looks over Par beach, the perfect setting for a light snack or meal!

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Perranporth Beach

Perranporth Beach

One of Cornwall’s most famous beaches, Perranporth is a great place for the whole family to enjoy. From water-sports to relaxation, the golden sands of this beach are a great backdrop.

Sam's on the beach

Sam's on the beach

Situated in the Old Fowey Lifeboat House on the water’s edge overlooking the bay, Sam’s on the Beach provides a truly unique experience. If you’re looking for locally sourced produce with great service and ambience, this beach location has all 3 in abundance, and the view’s not bad either!

Silks Bistro

Silks Bistro

Silks Bistro & Champagne Bar is one of the finest restaurants in Newquay, open seven days a week and offering everything from coffee, teas and light bites, to daily lunch and evening specials. Silks takes pride in its food and locally caught fish is always on the menu. This award-winning eatery is a great place to kick back, relax and unwind.

The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant

The Britannia Inn & Waves Restaurant

This long-established inn is situated between Par and St Austell. The extensive menu features plenty of Cornish produce with a range of daily specials. If you’re looking for a superb Sunday carvery, this restaurant ticks all the boxes.

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail

The Camel Trail is a 17 mile long cycle way running through some of the most spectacular countryside in the South West. This well-made path is popular with walkers, cyclists and joggers of all levels

The Eden Project

The Eden Project

Cornwall’s spectacular Eden Project is an unforgettable experience in a breath-taking, epic location. Eden is the gateway to a spectacular world of plants and people, housed in a dramatic global garden the size of thirty football pitches.

The Longstore Steaks & Seafood

The Longstore Steaks & Seafood

Set in a stunning location overlooking the harbour & bay in Charlestown, The Longstore is a bar and restaurant specialising in craft beers, local steaks and seafood. This loft style restaurant has retained much of its Georgian charm and with live music performances every 2nd Sunday of the month, it’s well worth a visit for a night out to remember.

The New Inn

The New Inn

This 300 year old building is packed with charm and character, with even talk of it being haunted! The delicious locally sourced menu offers everything you need for a tasty meal out, we recommend the delicious seafood!

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