Local Attractions & Activities

Callestick Farm Ice cream – The Farm seems a million miles away from the beaches and Truro. There are sounds of laughter, animals, also the odd tractor. Visit the farm to enjoy a cream tea, coffee and of course,  ice cream.

Healeys Cyder Farm – Is two and a half miles away. A family run farm located deep in the heart of Cornwall, Healeys are the proud makers of award winning ciders, wines spirits and preserves – Great for a family day out.

Lands End – this is one of Britain's magnificent land marks This is a must for tourists  to see and have a photo opportunity at the famous sign.

St Michael's Mount – is a small tidal island in Mount's Bay, managed by the national trust. It is a small civil parish linked to the town of Marazion. If the tide is low it is accessible via a man-made path or if you decide to visit during high tide, a small fee is payable to be carried across by boat. The island has a wide range of activities to enjoy.

The Flambards Experience, A theme park near to Helston, with something for the whole family.

Lappa Valley – This attraction has three railways, a canoe lake, soft play area, giant slide tube and crazy golf. These are just a few of the attractions available at Lappa Valley, giving value for money for the whole day out.

The Eden Project –  The Eden Project is a popular visitor attraction. The three biomes house plants that are collected from many diverse climates and environments. In addition to the biomes it has gardens, a cafe and the country's longest zip wire to name but a few of its varied attractions.The project is located in a reclaimed china clay pit, located 2 km from the vilage of St Blazey and 5 km from the larger town of St Austell.

The Watering Hole - No visit to Perranporth would be complete without a trip to The Watering Hole. A simple menu is offered comprising burgers, snacks, a variety of local and national beers to be enjoyed inside or outside seating overlooking the beach. In fact it's claim to fame is being the only bar on a beach in the UK. It hosts lots of musical events throughout the year.

St Ives - Beautiful St Ives not only has winding streets, quirky shops and outstanding beaches but also hosts the Tate Cornwall Gallery and Barbara Hepworth Museum.

Truro – The county town and capital city of Cornwall, Truro offers traditional and high street shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. A visit to the Cathedral is a must.


Surf Schools

Breakers Surf School, St Agnes - http://surf-lessons.co.uk/

Porthtowan Surf School - http://www.falmouthsurfschool.co.uk/

Perranporth Surf School - http://www.perranporthsurfschool.co.uk/


Horse Riding

Goonbell Riding Centre - http://goonbellridingcentre.co.uk/

Perranporth Horse Riding - http://www.reenmanorstables.com/


Elm Farm Bike Hire - http://www.elmfarm.biz/

The Camel Trail - http://www.bridgebikehire.co.uk/

Local Guide

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