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Notice: Access to Porthbeor near St Anthony will remain closed after the land fall in February. The cliff is still unstable and actively moving so the steps to the beach are closed. The beach can now only be accessed by boat, so please stay well clear of the cliffs if you come in this way.
Discover secluded bays, magical creeks - a quieter pace of life
Interweaved with creeks and valleys, this remote peninsula on the south coast of Cornwall is a hidden treasure. Walking, kayaking and sailing are all fantastic ways to explore the Roseland landscape.
The combination of cliffs, creeks, headlands, woods and lovely beaches, linked by many miles of footpaths, gives a fantastic variety of walking routes. Pick your route to suit your mood, or the weather that day.
For families seeking an old-fashioned beach holiday, you can stay at one of our charming holiday cottages and then explore all the sandy coves and creek-side niches along the coast. Go rock-pooling, build a sandcastle or just go for a paddle on the gently-sloping shoreline. The Roseland has a wealth of wildlife to discover and stunning landscapes, guaranteed to revitalise the soul.