{"LocationDetails":{"Id":125,"Name":"Penzance","Description":"\u003ch1\u003eOur guide to Penzance holiday cottages\u003c/h1\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cstrong\u003eDid you know...\u003c/strong\u003eNapoleon\u0026rsquo;s victory at Trafalgar was first announced in Penzance\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003ePenzance\u0026rsquo;s blend of dramatic scenery, beautiful coastline and fascinating sites make it one of the most intriguing towns on Cornwall\u0026rsquo;s south coast. Whether you\u0026#39;re drawn to the town by its sandy beaches, surf, or variety of nearby attractions and events \u0026ndash; you\u0026#39;re are sure to appreciate its distinctive character and evident history. Penzance is also a great base from which to explore nearby Land\u0026rsquo;s End, Marazion and Sennen Cove.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","Alias":"penzance","MainImageLocation":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/emily.judge/2018/11/Penzance.jpg/carousel.jpg","PointOfInterests":[{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Land\u0027s End","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe most popular family attraction in Penzance was created by Mother Nature, as no visit to the area would be complete without standing on Lands End! Land\u0026rsquo;s End is probably Cornwall\u0026rsquo;s most famous landmark, and its beauty will take your breath away. This Penzance attraction is mainland Britain\u0026rsquo;s most westerly point, and the coastal views from the nearby trails are unforgettable.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThis isolated corner of the country offers a peaceful atmosphere and the opportunity to see the wildlife it\u0026rsquo;s home to as you wander. Once you\u0026rsquo;ve enjoyed standing on the tip of Britain and posing for photos with the famous Land\u0026rsquo;s End sign (no family album is complete without those) you can enjoy walks around the coastline or visit the family attractions.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eHow does an interactive experience in the form of \u0026lsquo;Arthur\u0026rsquo;s Quest\u0026rsquo; sound? Or a 4D show for the whole family? Visitors can also visit Greeb Farm and meet the friendly animals or explore the free exhibition \u0026lsquo;The End to End Story\u0026rsquo;. \u0026nbsp;There\u0026rsquo;s a wide range of cafes and restaurants to keep everyone fed and watered, so although you\u0026rsquo;ll be able to enjoy the sensation of being at the end of the world you\u0026rsquo;ll still have plenty to keep everyone happy and entertained during your visit.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":true,"LocationLatitude":50.0657,"LocationLongitude":-5.71302,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/03/1364664132.JPG/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"sennen/penzance/lands-end","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/03/1364664132.JPG/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Minack Theatre","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe \u003ca href=\"http://www.minack.com/\" target=\"_blank\" title=\"The Minack Theatre\"\u003eMinack Theatre\u003c/a\u003e is a spectacular Penzance attraction, whether you choose to watch a performance under the stars or visit during the day. The theatre was carved into the cliffs at Porthcurno and it makes an awe-inspiring sight overlooking the glistening seas below.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe Minack Theatre was created in the style of an open air amphitheatre, and it\u0026rsquo;s not only a unique Penzance attraction but also makes for a truly special experience. Actors clamour to perform beneath the skies in this dramatic setting, and the Atlantic just behind it lends itself as the backdrop to every production. The theatre was the life\u0026rsquo;s work of one woman, the late Rowena Cade. She devoted much of her life to making her vision of an open-air theatre in the Cornish cliffs come true, and it remains one of the world\u0026rsquo;s best known amphitheatres today.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe theatre\u0026rsquo;s summer season runs every May to September, and it plays host to everything from Shakespeare to adaptations of modern films. Recent years have seen Titanic, Wuthering Heights, James and the Giant Peach and hundreds more productions thrill audiences of all ages in a setting they\u0026rsquo;ll never forget.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\r\n\u003cp\u003eThere\u0026rsquo;s free parking for all visitors at the Minack, and it\u0026rsquo;s not only the theatre itself that draws the curious but the sub-tropical gardens have also become an attraction. Anyone with a love of gardening or an eye for the exotic will fall in love with the Cliffside garden, and it certainly makes a colourful sight from afar.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":true,"LocationLatitude":50.0408,"LocationLongitude":-5.65118,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/03/1364659001.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"sennen/porthcurno/the-minack-theatre","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/03/1364659001.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Geevor Tin Mine","Body":"\u003cp\u003eGeevor Tin Mine is a windswept reminder of Cornwall\u0026rsquo;s industrial heritage, and it sits high on the North Atlantic coast. The site sprawls for 67 acres of visible history and forms the best-preserved mining site in the UK.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe area surrounding Geevor has been mined for thousands of years, and since its closure as a working mine in 1990 the site houses exhibitions and demonstrations of its days as a place of work. \u003ca href=\"http://www.geevor.com/\" target=\"_blank\" title=\"Geevor Tin Mine\"\u003eGeevor Tin Mine\u003c/a\u003e\u0026nbsp;is a Penzance attraction sure to capture your imagination, and it\u0026rsquo;s a great way to gain an insight into the impact of mining on Cornwall.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe Cornish Mining World Heritage Site starts here, and visitors can take a peek underground and see just a tiny part of the huge network of tunnels that\u0026rsquo;s beneath the landscape. Tin mining was a huge part of Cornish life, and the cost of it changed the course of lives throughout the county until the mine finally closed for good in 1990.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe listed buildings and surrounding area have been kept much as they always were, and a visit to Geevor is fascinating for all age groups. The attraction includes underground tours, the Hard Rock Museum and much more. There are also events held on the site during the summer, including talks from the people who mined the ground, workshops and stone carving.\u0026nbsp;\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1515,"LocationLongitude":-5.67646,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2013/08/engine-houses.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/geevor-tin-mine","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2013/08/engine-houses.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"St Michael\u0027s Mount","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThere aren\u0026#39;t too many islands that you can reach on foot, but then St Michael\u0026#39;s Mount is far from ordinary in every way. \u003ca href=\"http://www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk/\" target=\"_blank\" title=\"St Michaels Mount\"\u003eSt Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount\u003c/a\u003e is a majestic Penzance attraction, and the historic island sits out at sea just 3 miles from the town.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eConnected to Marazion by a cobbled causeway, St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount is home to a fascinating village with a history spanning 1000 years, that visitors of all ages will have a great day discovering. Hop aboard a boat at high tide or wait it out and\u0026nbsp; make your way along the causeway on foot, but however you approach the landmark expect to enter a world of myths, legends and history.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eA foreboding medieval castle peers sternly down on sub-tropical landscapes that were once trodden by the pilgrims who flocked to the island. If you fancy viewing the island from the water there are boat trips available, and what better end to the visit then to sample Cornish produce in one of the island\u0026rsquo;s traditional eateries before you go?\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eHere\u0026#39;s a story to tell the children as you wander your way to the island, legend has it that a mythical giant called Cormoran used to live on the Mount, occasionally stomping to shore to steal food and animals. He was eventually captured in a pit by a local boy, and the villagers were left in peace.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":true,"LocationLatitude":50.1172,"LocationLongitude":-5.47776,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/03/1364663837.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/st-michaels-mount","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/03/1364663837.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Praa Sands","Body":"\u003cp\u003ePraa Sands (pronunced \u0026#39;pray\u0026#39; not \u0026#39;prah\u0026#39; by the way!) is one of those sandy beaches that seems to go on for miles. With a border of fluffy dunes behind it and the coastal path at either end this is an idyllic stretch of coastline and it\u0026#39;s the type of beach with something for everyone.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe beach is found between Helston and Penzance and this sandy beach is a favourite spot with surfers as well as families and bathers. The shallow water makes it a child-friendly spot and its size makes it perfect for all kinds of activities.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe beach belongs to a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and it\u0026#39;s a particular favourite with migrant birds. Praa Sands has great surf, but beware of undercurrents and deep shelving at high tide.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThere is a seasonal dog ban enforced between Easter and October, and a car park beside the beach \u0026ndash; so it\u0026rsquo;s a convenient one to visit if you have small children. The beach is a mile long, and lifeguards man it throughout the year. The closest town to the beach is Helston, which is fairly quiet but has an interesting museum.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1023,"LocationLongitude":-5.3873,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2014/02/praa sands.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/praa-sands","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2014/02/praa sands.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Long Rock Beach","Body":"\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll find Long Rock Beach to the north of Penzance and it\u0026rsquo;s probably the easiest of the beaches in Penzance to access as it\u0026rsquo;s close to the town centre. The beach connects with Marazion when the tide goes out, so visitors can walk the three miles or so to the connecting beach and access St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eSt Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount is a majestic island connected to the mainland by a causeway (at low tide). Its castle can be seen for miles and the island once attracted pilgrims in their thousands who made their way from Europe. Legend has it that the archangel St Michael appeared to a group of fishermen in the year 495, and the area has held spiritual significance ever since.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eLong Rock is a safe sand and pebble beach, as you need to walk quite far out to sea before it even reaches waist height, so it\u0026rsquo;s ideal if you have children who like to paddle and enjoy the water. There is parking available at Long Rock, but you\u0026rsquo;ll need to arrive early to get a space during the summer as it becomes full quickly. There is a seasonal dog ban and lifeguards at the busier, eastern end of the beach during high season.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1286,"LocationLongitude":-5.49961,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2014/02/St Michaels Mount.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/long-rock-beach","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2014/02/St Michaels Mount.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Marazion Beach","Body":"\u003cp\u003eMarazion is a hidden gem of a beach in Penzance, as in spite of its large expanse of sand and great facilities it rarely draws large crowds. Just 3 miles from Penzance, the beach is in the village of Marazion and is mainly sandy with some pebbles.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eIts biggest draw is the causeway that connects the beach to St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount at low tide, and the island is home to a castle that still welcomes visitors. It\u0026rsquo;s impossible to set off from the beach to the island without feeling the same sense of excitement that the pilgrims who once made long journeys to this spot would have felt, and Marazion Beach makes the perfect spot to enjoy the view of the island before or after a visit.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eEven if you don\u0026rsquo;t fancy visiting it on the same day the castle looming from the water makes a stunning backdrop to a family day on the sand. The beach\u0026rsquo;s advantages include clean waters, lifeguards and a large car park right beside it. Since the beach is right opposite Marazion village, you\u0026rsquo;ll find amenities nearby, and a children\u0026rsquo;s play park just across the road.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe beach stretches on for around a mile and the bay continues for a further two miles before it becomes Long Rock Beach.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003e\u003cbr /\u003e\r\n\t\u0026nbsp;\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003e\u0026nbsp;\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003e\u0026nbsp;\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1235,"LocationLongitude":-5.4648,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2014/06/marazion.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/marazion-beach","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2014/06/marazion.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Wherrytown Beach","Body":"\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll find Wherrytown Beach between Penzance and Newlyn, and it\u0026rsquo;s one of those that\u0026rsquo;s often missed by visitors to the area but is actually a nice little find. With safe swimming (although please note there\u0026rsquo;s no lifeguard cover) and gorgeous views across to the enchanting St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount this beach is a picturesque place to spend time. Wherrytown is a pebble beach so it\u0026rsquo;s better for a wander with the family or for the children to enjoy the water than for those of you who like to lie back on the sand and soak up the sun.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThere aren\u0026rsquo;t many facilities here, but on the plus side there\u0026rsquo;s a green and play area nearby so if you\u0026rsquo;re entertaining children for a day you can pop over if they have enough fun by the sea. There\u0026rsquo;s good news for those planning a holiday in the area with their pets too, as dog owners should note that this is one of a few beaches in the area that welcomes dogs on it all year round.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1107,"LocationLongitude":-5.54392,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2013/09/boy-surfing.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/wherrytown-beach","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2013/09/boy-surfing.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Kynance Cove","Body":"\u003cp\u003eKynance Cove is not quite a Penzance beach, but it\u0026rsquo;s a beautiful little cove that\u0026rsquo;s worth visiting if you head towards the lizard during your Penzance beach holiday.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eOwned by the National Trust, Kynance Cove was once described by the BBC as \u0026lsquo;one of the most beautiful stretches of coastline in the South West\u0026rsquo; and the little cafe which serves it dates back to 1929.The combination of glistening turquoise waters and white sand make the cove a beautiful sight, and its nearby caves and islands on the horizon give this cove the feeling of belonging to a far away land.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eKynance Cove has long been THE place to enjoy a Lizard Peninsula beach holiday, as its whitewashed sands and gleaming waters first became popular in the Victorian era. The cove has enough hidden caves and dramatic views to rival an Enid Blyton novel, and has found itself the muse of many an artist.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThis Lizard beach is so popular that the National Trust created a new road to the large car park nearby, as the beach was once difficult to reach. The car park is just 10 minutes walk from Kynance Cove, and there is a beach cafe and a toilet at the beach too.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":49.9747,"LocationLongitude":-5.23107,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/JosephG/2013/05/kynance_cove.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/kynance-cove","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/JosephG/2013/05/kynance_cove.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Bakehouse and Steakhouse","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe Bakehouse and Steakhouse is located in the oldest street in Penzance (Chapel Street), and it even boasts its own little courtyard adorned with palm trees and colourful flowers. This stylish restaurant takes everything we love about life in Cornwall and helps us enjoy it in one evening (scenic views, great food and time out from the hustle and bustle), and it was runner up in the Great British Urbanism, Awards 2013.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe restaurant manages to combine an impressive contemporary design with a friendly atmosphere, and there are usually local artists showcased throughout the building to add yet more flair to a visit.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe restaurant is great for guests of self-catering accommodation in Penzance as it\u0026rsquo;s perfect for any time of day. Whether you fancy a quick drink and a snack before a day\u0026rsquo;s sightseeing, an informal lunch or chic evening meal \u0026ndash; The Bakehouse and Steakhouse is relaxed and welcoming. The restaurant is based on Modern British cuisine and seafood, and the owners use local produce for an extra special taste.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe Bakehouse and Steakhouse appears in The Good Food Guide 2013.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1178,"LocationLongitude":-5.53575,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/03/1364658365.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/the-bakehouse-and-steakhouse","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/03/1364658365.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Honey Pot","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThis cute little cafe is nestled in one of Penzance\u0026rsquo;s historic side streets, and it has lots of character and its own unique charm! Every now and then you stumble on somewhere that looks unassuming but has everything you need from a cosy cafe, and The Honey Pot is one of those.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe Honey Pot staff call their produce and snacks \u0026lsquo;incredible edibles\u0026rsquo;, and the range of teas, foods and other drinks is unbelievable.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe homemade cakes have that freshly-baked smell, and we hear from the locals that the various soups are legendary throughout Penzance! Although unusual for a cafe, it\u0026rsquo;s an idea to book a table though, as this cafe is extremely popular.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1178,"LocationLongitude":-5.53711,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2013/08/ice-creams.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/the-honey-pot","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2013/08/ice-creams.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"The Bay Restaurant","Body":"\u003cp\u003eIf you find yourself in the mood for something special during a holiday in accommodation in Penzance, The Bay Restaurant is an award-winning choice. The restaurant prides itself on its sophisticated setting for relaxed dining, all centred around seasonal menus and fine food. All produce is local, so you can expect fish, meats and dairy produce from nearby farms and businesses.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eAlso, all vegetables and herbs used in the impressive meals are especially grown for The Bay Restaurant...so you\u0026rsquo;re promised fresh ingredients to top it off. If this doesn\u0026rsquo;t convince you, the 2 AA rosettes to the restaurant\u0026rsquo;s name might!\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eWhether you enjoy afternoon tea in chic surroundings, a good old roast dinner to make you feel at home during your holiday or a glass of wine while you look out to Mounts Bay you\u0026#39;ll be glad you visited The Bay Restaurant.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1241,"LocationLongitude":-5.53239,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/users/102/2014/01/romantic meal.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/the-bay-restaurant","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/users/102/2014/01/romantic meal.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Walking St Ives to Penzance","Body":"\u003cp\u003eThe hike between St Ives and Penzance is a great way to experience Cornwall\u0026rsquo;s industrial past, and if you cover a section a day it can be a unique way to spend a 5 day break. Both St Ives and Penzance are well connected, so you\u0026rsquo;ll have no trouble getting back to your starting point or heading home once you complete the journey, and the route has a grading of easy. In fact, this is one of the most scenic areas of the South West Coast Path, and the route has a lovely feeling of remoteness.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eThe path winds its way along a wild landscape, passing some of the sites that helped shape Cornwall. The route also picks up the Granite Coast, taking walkers past the Levant Mine and Beam Engine, as well as the ruined engine houses of Botallack. Part of the Cornwall and West Devon Mining World Heritage Site, visitors can see this restored engine in action, so steam enthusiasts should leave time to explore this iconic location. You\u0026rsquo;ll pass the jutting Cape Cornwall as you go, and until 200 years ago it was thought to have been Cornwall\u0026rsquo;s most westerly point.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eTake your time in this spot as there are clear views out to the Brisons, and on a very lucky day you can see all the way to Scilly Isles. This area of the coastline is a haven for birdwatchers, as Peregrine falcons, Cornish Chough and many more bird species are common sights. 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St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Way runs for twelve miles between St Ives, Lelant, Penzance and Marazion and it\u0026rsquo;s one of the recently rejuvenated pilgrim walks. This route is full of quirky landmarks and stunning scenery and it starts at the church of St Uny in Lelant.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll follow the route inland from Lelant before reaching the curious Knill\u0026rsquo;s Steeple. John Knill was once the collector of customs for St Ives, and he built the structure as his mausoleum. He died in 1872 but was never buried there as the ground wasn\u0026rsquo;t consecrated, but it still looms high above St Ives Bay and Godrevy Lighthouse. 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It\u0026rsquo;s a different story on the east side though, and you\u0026rsquo;ll find yourself passing through blooming gardens and wooded creeks as you head towards the Helford and Fal estuaries. 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You\u0026rsquo;ll continue to pass small sandy beaches and rocky coves, and as you round the headland and leave St Michaels\u0026rsquo; Bay behind you you\u0026rsquo;ll come to Prussia Cove. Named after an 18\u003csup\u003eth\u003c/sup\u003e century ship wrecker and smuggler known as The King of Prussia, the cove isn\u0026rsquo;t far from the beautiful Kenneggy Sand. The beach treats don\u0026rsquo;t end there though, as you\u0026rsquo;ll also reach Praa Sands soon after, and this sandy beach rolls on for a mile.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n","AtGlance":null,"Categories":[],"Inspirations":[],"HotPick":false,"LocationLatitude":50.1212,"LocationLongitude":-5.53108,"MainImage":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_carousel/2013/05/1367932430.jpg/carousel.jpg","LogoImage":null,"Alias":"cornwall/penzance/walking-penzance-to-porthleven","MainImageSmall":"https://assets.bluechipholidays.co.uk/media/catalogs/public/downloads/preview/custom_1x1/2013/05/1367932430.jpg/carousel.jpg","Locations":[]},{"AdditionalImages":[],"Id":0,"Title":"Surfing at Porthleven Beach","Body":"\u003cp\u003ePorthleven is a legend of a surf spot in Cornwall, and it\u0026rsquo;s one of the most challenging places to take on the waves. Be warned that this is one for the adrenalin seekers amongst you, and many even claim that it has the UK\u0026rsquo;s best right hand break. On a clean day the break crashes its way over a shallow flat rock ledge at lightning speed producing the ideal tubing wave. Again, while it\u0026rsquo;s great fun to sit on the harbour wall and watch the brave tackle these waves \u0026ndash; they\u0026rsquo;re not for the fainthearted or the inexperienced.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll find Porthleven Beach just over half an hour\u0026rsquo;s drive from Penzance, and the sand and shingle roll on for three miles. We could say that any of the beaches in West Cornwall are gorgeous and be telling the truth, but as this one\u0026rsquo;s right in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty it deserves a special mention for its unspoilt views. Submerged rocks at Porthleven make it one of the riskiest places to surf in Cornwall (unless you\u0026rsquo;re extremely experienced and after a challenge) and swimming is discouraged for the same reason.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eYou\u0026rsquo;ll need to walk down the slipway and some steps to reach the beach, so it\u0026rsquo;s not the best choice for wheelchair users of those with pushchairs, and there\u0026rsquo;s a seasonal dog ban on the western end of the beach (closest to the town). 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If you walk to the estate\u0026rsquo;s south-westerly edge you\u0026rsquo;ll reach Godolphin Hill, one of the best vantage points in Cornwall. Stand and soak in spectacular views over St Ives Bay in one direction and St Michael\u0026rsquo;s Mount in the other. There\u0026rsquo;s plenty to see as you stroll around the estate, so look out for the Leeds engine house and stack, and what remains of the family\u0026rsquo;s mine.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eIf you venture into the patch of woodland on the estate you\u0026rsquo;ll notice something strange, and that\u0026rsquo;s that the landscape has an unnatural appearance from years of being mined. 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There aren\u0026rsquo;t many theme parks with hands on science sections, and children can experience the magic behind science in a way they never have before \u0026ndash; and it\u0026rsquo;s great fun too.\u003c/p\u003e\r\n\u003cp\u003eIt\u0026rsquo;s from the future to the past when you discover the Victorian Village and Britain in the Blitz exhibitions. The mock Victorian Village has life-size shops, cobbled streets to stroll and even local businesses \u0026ndash; and it\u0026rsquo;s easy to see how it\u0026rsquo;s won awards. Britain in the Blitz is an unforgettable experience, as you\u0026rsquo;ll get a feel for just how it felt to live through a raid, complete with all the sounds and sights that surrounded everyday people. 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