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Spectacular walks, secluded beaches and exceptional views

A spectacular coastline, combined with a lively working Cornish port, lends this area its unique character and charm. 

There's a network of footpaths to discover, making the area great walking country, with the South West Coast Path offering sweeping views and a few hilly challenges.

Beaches and woodlands offer plenty of opportunities for families to explore, with a wealth of history, wildlife and watersport activities to try out.

If you need somewhere to stay, then look at our choice of holiday cottages around Pont, Lansallos and near Polruan, or why not camp at our site at Highertown Farm?

Gribbin Ale launch

The seasonal ale that helps save coastline

The seasonal ale that helps save coastline

We've teamed up with St Austell Brewery, who donated some of the land around the Gribbin, and created a seasonal pale ale. Made from British grown Maris Otter barley, which like our Neptune campaign is 50 years old.

Our coastal festival

Celebrate the South East Cornwall coast this year with the Coastal Festival. We have 300 miles of coast in the South West to explore, with over 200 events and £1 million to raise (in order to care for the coast for just one year) and lots of way to get involved.

Our weather

Twittering along Cornwall's South coast

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