Did you know... Fishing remains one of the chief occupations in Mevagissey

The pretty Cornish town of Mevagissey retains a nostalgic feel that relaxes its visitors, and its working harbour and old fashioned buildings have the character of a traditional fishing town. Close to Fowey, Mevagissey holidays can be spent exploring narrow mazes of streets, sampling fresh fish restaurants and visiting quirky tourist shops.

With its close sandy beaches and coves, nearby attractions and fascinating secrets, holidays in Mevagissey are bound to be spent discovering its treasures and enjoying traditional seaside fun. The last week in June each year is Feast Week, where there will be celebrations in the streets and family entertainment to join in.

Truro City of Lights

Truro lights up winter for one weekend every November with the Truro City of Lights. The event has become one of the most popular in the South West, and it sees a dazzling parade of glowing lanterns make its way through the streets. The event is a celebration of Cornwall’s creativity, and it includes dance, art and music to create...

China Clay Country Park

Wheal Martyn was once home to the largest mining industry in Cornwall, and it’s now a varied family attraction that tells the story of just how important the site was to the county. Cornwall’s history is entwined with the mining industry, so this is a great family attraction in St Austell for gaining an insight into life in the mines...
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