Where do I park?

 © George Taylor

If you are visiting by car then download our hand map showing all the Trust coast and countryside car parks in Cornwall.

Don't forget that members can park for free.

Tide times

A view of the beach and approach at Chapel Porth © Layton Thompson

Plan your trip to the beach in advance by checking the tide times. These are available from the nearest measurement point and are predictions but are a good guide.

Beach safety

Godrevy Lighthouse © Ben Selway

Please remember not all beaches in Cornwall have lifeguards. Your safety is important to us so please check on beach safety before you visit.

So much to see and do

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Trelissick House

Outside of Trelissick House

Get a glimpse inside Trelissick House, only rarely open to the public before now. Take in breathtaking views of the Fal estuary, wander through five rooms and leave us your thoughts to help form a future for this special place. Weekends from 29 March 2014.

Our work

Our rangers are the best people to tell you what's going on.

Read their blogs to find out more about our work in Cornwall.

A view of Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, North Cornwall © National Trust

A view of Carnewas and Bedruthan Steps, North Cornwall

How about a walk?

With miles of coastal path ranging over mighty cliffs, past picturesque harbours and glorious golden beaches, plus the chance to explore the beautiful Cornish countryside, you really can't forget to bring your walking boots. What about one of these to start?

Hawker's hut walk

Hall walk

Lizard Point - most southerly walk

Porthcurno walk

Bunkhouses

For budget, self-catering group accommodation try our bunkhouses. We have two in Cornwall both set in glorious countryside.

Cornish campsites

If you want a simple, family friendly site in a stunning location we have two in Cornwall that may be just what you are looking for.

Holiday cottages

We have a huge variety of holiday homes in Cornwall, including a water tower and a romantic cliff top castle.

If you want a romantic getaway or a large family get together, we are sure to have the place for you.

Working holidays

Where better to take a break away from every day life than on a working holiday in Cornwall?

Learn new skills while helping us look after some very special places.