Opening times for 10 December 2023
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Tenant run (not NT)
Please keep dogs under close control
Toilets open when café open
Accessible path through the woods. Toilets open during café opening with accessible toilet. Steep and uneven path onto beach.
Accessible route and/or map
Accessible path around Froe creek and woods, starting from the lower car park
Beach access down uneven ramp. The levels change from year to year as the sand moves after big storms
Accessible toilet in main block near the café
Beach and woodland
A long strip of beach at Towan. Walking trails through the woods and along Froe Creek. Concession café, toilets, parking and holiday cottages.
Between Porth and St Anthony Head is the hamlet of Bohortha. Close to Place passenger ferry to visit St Mawes on one side and views over Porthbeor beach through the fields on the other side. Two holiday cottages here.
Footpaths lead from Percuil round Pelyn Creek and on to Tregassick Farm, before heading back down past Polingey Creek and Percuil River.
The South West Coast Path leads through land we care for at Newton Cliff and by St Just Pool on the western coast of the Roseland peninsula.
Footpaths weave around Messack Farm and woodland, with views of the Carrick Roads and the quietness of St Just Creek.
There's lots to do on this southern tip of the Roseland peninsula. To see what's going on at our neighbouring sites at St-Anthony-Head and Carne-and-Pendower, head over to their pages to see events and inspiration.
Explore a circular waterside walk from St Just in Roseland church, up St Just Creek and out to Messack Point, with views over Falmouth and the Carrick Roads.
Enjoy this circular walk along the coastal path at Porth, Roseland, passing through farmland and woodland, with long-reaching views and clifftop vistas.
A large, traditional Cornish farmhouse with the Roseland peninsula on the doorstep.
A barn conversion on the Roseland peninsula that the whole family (and the dog) will love.
A little cottage packed with original features and distant views out to sea.