This circular walk offers river views, sheltered valleys and smuggling history. It's not hard to see why this creek was so inspiring to Daphne Du Maurier.
With a gently undulating landscape leading out to Falmouth Bay, there are wooded valleys and secluded beaches waiting to be explored on foot.
Sheltered from the worst storms and with many places to explore, the Helford River is a great place to explore on the water. Here's some information for people looking to get afloat - whether or not they've got their own boat.
As well as a stunning display of autumn colour, the garden also offers some more unusual sights and scents at this time of year.
There's lots of fun things to do at this time of year in the garden.
For more than 25 years the sloping sides of the valley garden at Glendurgan have been looked after to make them a home for a beautiful mix of wildflowers.
Over 300 acres of ambling woodland and rugged coastline, offering stunning views and access to the Helford River and secluded Cornish coves.
While access to Glendurgan is limited to assistance dogs, there's plenty for everyone who wishes to visit the area with miles of countryside and dog friendly beaches waiting to be explored.
A beautiful and intriguing blend of exotic and native plants are tucked into three sheltered valleys leading down to the Helford River.
Drawing inspiration from their surroundings on the Roseland, two local artists have created beautiful pieces or art.
We've compiled some of the need to know information to help you plan your visit to Kynance here.
We've compiled the need to know information so you can start planning your visit to Poldhu here
A scenic walk around Britain’s most southerly point and a chance to find rare plants, see Cornish choughs and enjoy a cream tea to finish.
This 7 mile walk around the Lizard Peninsula, the southerly tip of mainland Britain, takes in dramatic cliff scenery, rare wildflowers and an interesting coastal history.
Take a walk down to the sea through the picturesque Poltesco valley, exploring this hidden gem and its fascinating history.
Take this short, 1-mile walk, along the west coast of the Lizard peninsula, taking in some distinctive coastal scenery, traditional agriculture and rare flora and fauna.
Give something new a try at Lizard Point and Kynance Cove, there are lots of watersports on offer.
Download and follow one of our walking trails around some of our beautiful places on the Lizard.
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