St Agnes Head

Heather and gorse at St Agnes Head

Important notice -

In line with government guidance, our countryside space is open for local visitors to access for walks. We ask all visitors to follow guidance on social distancing to keep everyone safe.

Walk over a jewel-like carpet of heather and gorse

St Agnes Head

Things to see and do

Things to see and do around St Agnes Head

Campervan

No overnight camping and parking 

No overnight camping or parking is allowed at the places we care for. More information on why we don’t permit visitors to stay overnight at our car parks can be found here.

St Agnes Head

Wildlife

St Agnes Head cliffs

Choughs return to St Agnes 

A quick guide to spotting choughs and helping to keep their habitat safe.

St Agnes Head

Our work

Ranger checking the phacelia crop at Godrevy Farm

The day job 

What do our Countryside Rangers and volunteers get up to?

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Eating and shopping

Children eating ice cream

Chapel Porth Café 

Chapel Porth Beach Café (concession) next to the coast path and car park. Please check their Facebook page for opening times.

St Agnes Head

History

Chapel-Porth-Bolster-threatens-the-village

The St Agnes Bolster Festival and the legend of the Giant Bolster 

Tyrannical and over-bearing, the story of the Giant Bolster links back to St Agnes herself.