From secret coves and great surfing beaches to World Heritage Site mining areas, we look after some of the most beautiful places in Cornwall.
So much to see and do
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We've joined up with the South West Coast Path Association to set the record for the number of times we can walk the South West Coast Path in one month.
Get involved throughout October to raise funds for improvements and repairs to our beautiful coast path.
Stretches of Cornwall’s rugged coastline and its mining heritage are being proved to be the perfect backdrop for filming Poldark and inspired the cast of the TV remake. Why not visit the areas that they used for filming that are currently being cared for by the National Trust.
Where do I park?
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.
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.
Please remember not all beaches in Cornwall have lifeguards. Your safety is important to us so please check on beach safety before you visit.
St Austell Brewery and National Trust have teamed together to create a seasonal pale ale called The Gribbin, to celebrate 50 years of looking after the coast.
Named after the headland that the brewery helped secure for the National Trust to look after forever.