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.

The Rashleigh Arms

The historic village of Charlestown may look familiar to first-time visitors thanks to its role in the Pirates of the Caribbean films, and The Rashleigh Arms makes for a welcoming place to stop for a bite to eat after exploring the nearby port. Built in 1851, the pub’s unique in that its car park has a Grade II listing and...

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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