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A delightful pick and mix selection of places along the coast

From Trewavas in the east to Trenow in the west the characters of each area are as different as their histories; industrial heritage sites, wild and rocky cliffs, archaeological treats, and tiny wind-harassed agricultural coastal fields.

Look through the opaque cloak of today’s apparent wilderness, to see the marks left by the farmers, miners, worshippers and fishermen who worked and walked this coast.

Be one of the 7 nations touch rugby teams on 18 July

Be one of the 7 nations touch rugby teams on 18 July

7 Nations rugby

Always wanted Cornwall to be included in the 6 nations?

We've joined up with local comic Kernow King to create the first ever Duchy 7 nations rugby tournament on Marazion beach on Saturday 18 July 2015. With iconic St Michael's Mount as a dramatic back drop, fourteen teams will do battle in a touch rugby tournament.

Join us on 4 July for the Big Beach Picnic

Come along to a sandtastic one-off event on Saturday 4 July at Marazion Beach 12pm - 5pm. 

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Trewavas engine houses were once busy copper mines

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Take a walk with us

Several miles along the coast from Mount's Bay, towards Porthleven, lies Rinsey, a delightful mix of seascape, landscape, mining heritage and natural history. Enjoy it all on this gentle 1 mile (1.6km) walk.