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The South Coast

The rich history, stunning walks and views and world class surfable waves, draw visitors to Cornwall’s dramatic South coast year upon year.  There is plenty for adventurous, water loving families to get stuck into here as well as plenty of more sedate ways to spend your days in the most stunning surroundings. 

16 miles / 33 minutes

Coverack

Slow things right down with a day at the sleepy fishing village of Coverack.  The shingle beach is calm and perfect for families seeking out sea life in the rockpools, basking in the sunshine or paddling in the clear waters.  The Manacles located just off the coast of Coverack have sunk many ships over the years, making this a super popular spot for divers looking to explore under the sea.

19 miles / 36 minutes

Cadgwith Cove

The pretty fishermen’s cottages of Cadgwith Cove line the narrow streets all the way down to the waters’ edge.  Splash in the shallows, admire the fishing boats pulled high onto the beach and soak up the sun at one of Cornwall’s prettiest fishing villages.  The village inn is full of character and fun, get involved in the weekly sea shanty singalong over a cold beer – you won’t regret it!

19 miles / 36 minutes

The Lizard

The Lizard is one of the most picturesque places in all of Britain. Don’t take our word for it; check out Kynance Cove, Mullion Cove Beach and Kennack Sands Beach just to name a few! Bask in the Cornish sun and take in all the beautiful views that The Lizard Peninsula has to offer.

24 miles / 49 minutes

Roseland Peninsula

The Roseland Heritage Coast is one of the most unspoilt and beautiful parts of Cornwall to enjoy. With pretty beaches and dramatic cliffs dotted along the coastline and picturesque villages and towns to pause for a spot of lunch, The Roseland Peninsula makes for a wonderfully relaxing day out for the family. Popular with surfers, you can also try your hand at snorkling, paddleboarding, sailing, kayaking, diving and any other number of water sports in the crystal clear waters.