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Minack Theatre in Porthcurno

Welcoming over 80,000 people per year, The Minack Theatre is perfectly positioned on the cliffs above the Atlantic Ocean and offers drama, musicals, opera and more throughout the summer months.

Open all year round as a tourist destination, The Minack Theatre has become one of Cornwall’s most visited tourist destinations.

You can read more about the Theatre and visit their website here:  The Minack Theatre

Land’s End

You can’t visit Cornwall and not visit Land’s End!  Located on the cliffs there is plenty for you to do with walks, shopping and places to eat.  It truly is a great place to visit with great views across the Atlantic.

The walks are all free and you only need pay for car parking for your visit.

Click here to view their website for more information.

Sennen Beach

One of Cornwall’s most renound surfing locations, Sennen has a friendly and family orientated beach that is truly beautiful.  There are plenty of places to eat, drink and shop and the views are among the best in the county.

Why not take a long walk along Sennen beach, and pop in and see us whilst you are at it.  There is ample parking nearby that make the visit to Sennen nice and easy.

Porthgwarra Beach

A tiny beach situated just around the corner from Porthcurno, Pothgwarra has recently become popular for its small part in the BBC Drama Poldark.

This old fishing cove has one very interesting feature that we will save until you visit…

Porthcurno Beach

Porthcurno is an extremely popular family beach with soft sand, crystal clear blue waters and a delightfully crafted beach experience.  Overlooking the beach you have The Minack Theatre and high cliffs, which make visiting Porthcurno a truly “paradise-like” experience.

Nanjizal Cove

With no facilities, no lifeguards and no parking, you’d think there would be little so see at Nanjizal.  How wrong you would be.  Situated about 1 mile from Land’s End, you get there by walking along the coast path and venturing onto the often derelict and secluded beach.

Nanjizal is relatively unknown, but pay it a visit, you won’t be disappointed.