Did you know...The Eden Project is home to over one million different plants?

St Austell is Cornwall’s largest town and in many ways its hub. With the county’s top family attraction – the Eden Project to its name, holidays in St Austell are synonymous with Eden’s famous biomes and the area’s beautiful Cornish scenery.

St Austell holidays are a perfect way to get away from it all, at any time of year. The summer months are ideal for making the most of the breathtaking coastal views and scenic Cornwall landscape, punctuated with visits to the area’s sandy beaches and family-friendly tourist attractions. For those that love to have the stretches of sands and rugged surroundings to themselves, autumn and winter are ideal times to visit St Austell – and The Eden Project is open for visiting throughout the year.
Those who choose St Austell and Eden Project holidays will no doubt visit the town’s centre, which has recently undergone a £75 million redevelopment. Offering many facilities, a range of high street stores and a new multiplex cinema, there is plenty to entertain.

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...

Caerhays Castle and Garden

If you visit Caerhays Beach during your holiday you won’t be able to miss the beautiful Caerhays Castle that overlooks it. Another top St Austell attraction, Caerhays remains a family home, but the gardens are open during Spring when they’re at their best, and the castle occasionally welcomes the public behind its doors. The house is open between March and...
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