What's on and days out in exotic gardens, ancient houses and mining history encircled by a much-loved coastline
A wild but cosy beach, rich in heritage and legend
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Stretch your legs in a living Cornish landscape
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.
Large shingly beach on a beautiful bay, great spot for paddling and picnicking, well worth the climb back up.
A popular but unspoilt beach of pebbles and sand backed by incredible twisted cliffs.
A classic north Cornish beach with a sweep of golden sand and a towering dune system
A remote beach with rock pools overlooked by cliffs often carpeted with wild flowers.
An expanse of golden sand, great for sandcastles and surfing
Exploring South East Cornwall's history and culture
Spectacular walks, secluded beaches and exceptional views
Tucked away at the bottom of the Roseland there's lots to discover for everyone.
Dramatic ruins on cliffs carpeted with heather and gorse.
Tucked in wooded valleys and surprising views of the restful Helford River
Stroll down through the peaceful, exotic and playful valley to a sheltered beach at the bottom.
A tidal beach for the adventurous, famous for its white sand, turquoise sea and rock stacks.
A site of archaeological importance surrounded by dunes, beaches, a medieval church and a reedbed rich in wildlife.
Elizabethan manor house with fine interiors and delightful garden
An ancient and atmospheric estate with a medieval garden and historic house
Partially open today
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Beautiful Georgian town house
The south coast of Penwith vividly expresses the changes in man’s use of the land over time. From towering cliffs keeping watch over the western approaches, to gentle, lush valley slopes, and sun kissed beaches – all is here.
Two amazing sandy beaches on the Roseland peninsula
The distinctive headland juts out into the ocean where two great bodies of water meet. Part of the Tin Coast and Cornish Mining World Heritage Site.
On the wild Tin Coast, the famed Crowns engine houses cling to the foot of the cliffs. Part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site and Poldark filming location.
Rocky island crowned by medieval church and castle, home to a living community
Towering above the sea, this historic headland offers dramatic, panoramic views
Magnificent late Victorian country house with garden and wooded estate
One of the Trust's most delightful medieval buildings, enhanced by a cottage garden
Dramatic cliffs shaped by the Atlantic. The Lizard features white beaches, turquoise seas and unique nature.
A sandy sheltered beach on the west coast of the Lizard. A favourite amongst locals and visitors, surfers and wildlife watchers.
A welcoming country house and garden set in an estate with stunning maritime views and lovely woodland walks
A sheltered natural inlet with an unspoilt harbour village
A peaceful sheltered inlet on an outstanding stretch of unspoilt coast
This small rocky beach opens up to expansive sand and rock pools as the tide drops.
A vast sandy beach, high cliffs and dramatic coves
Dramatic coastline with views over huge rock stacks
The 14-mile stretch of coast that runs westwards from the holiday resort of St Ives to the mining village of Pendeen, can lay proud claim to being the most startlingly beautiful in south-west England.
Discover secluded bays, magical creeks - a quieter pace of life
A home with a heartbeat, still lived in today by the Carew Pole family.
Coastal walks, wide open views and hidden coves
Walk over a jewel-like carpet of heather and gorse
Tudor house with superb collections, garden, quay and estate
Creekside and coastal footpaths make for great walking and wildlife spotting. Towan beach, close to Porth, is perfect for children.
Working Victorian watermill and workshops nestled in a wooded valley
Exceptionally beautiful beach on a turquoise bay backed by granite cliffs.
Wooded country around Cornwall's largest natural lake. Penrose features woodland tracks, stretches of coastline and open parkland, the perfect backdrop for a day out.
Originally built in the 1890s, the picturesque harbour at Mullion Cove shelters a small fishing fleet from powerful westerly storms.
Sheltered garden bursting with exotic trees and shrubs
Impressive Cornish beam engines and industrial heritage discovery centre
High-up on the exposed cliffs of the 'Tin Coast' and part of the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. At its heart, the restored 1840s beam engine running on steam.
A fascinating area of coast steeped in a history dominated by Parson Hawker
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