Cornwall Attractions and Information
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Highly regarded by local and non-local surfers alike. Sennen tends to be slightly more protected from winds and swell than Gwenvor at the other end of the bay.
Sennen is good at most tides, surf gear can be hired at the beach, situated next to a large car park and beach cafe.
The Minack Theatre
Minack was built in the style of an ancient Roman Amphitheatre, but with the added drama of the ocean as its backdrop. Entertainment is held every year from the end of May until late September. The programme includes a wide variety of productions – straight plays, comedies & musicals
Geevor Tin Mine
This amazing tin mine museum tells the story of mining in Cornwall and the people who lived here. Dogs are welcome all over the site with the exception of the Underground Tour. Enjoy a home cooked meal in the café with views over the Atlantic; visit the shop for a tempting range of books, minerals, jewellery and crafts.
One of Britain’s best loved landmarks has plenty to offer those seeking a full day out. Nature is still the big attraction, explore the cliff-top trails to view the stunning scenery and experience Land’s End’s unique natural beauty. There is free entry to the site, an all day parking charge applies, plus there are 5 fantastic value family attractions.
Hiking Vacations in Cornwall
Take time to soak up the incredible scenery of the South West Coast Path on a self-led hiking vacation. There is no better way to experience Cornwall’s beautiful coastline and unique atmosphere than by hiking its most famous paths. We provide tailor-made hiking vacations and take care of all the details so that you can simply relax and enjoy the journey. We are dedicated hikers ourselves, with over twenty years’ experience exploring the Cornish coast. We have unbeatable local expertise to ensure that you get the very best out of your Cornish adventure.