Our guide to Portreath & St Agnes holidays

Portreath and St Agnes sparkle on North Cornwall’s picturesque coast. With charming scenery, surprising histories and diverse surrounding beaches, Portreath & St Agnes holidays are perfect for the whole family, as well as those who wish to bring their pets. St Agnes is a traditional former mining village, with a thriving tourism trade and friendly community. The area remains unspoilt by its popularity and a is beautiful area of Cornwall.

There is also plenty to see and do in Portreath, including some unusual cycle paths along the former tram lines. Keen cyclists can follow the trail from Portreath all the way to Devoran in South Cornwall.

Porthtowan to Chapel Porth

Now, this walk’s for the Poldark fans amongst you. This is your chance to traipse the very clifftops that Ross Poldark spend Sunday evenings stomping and galloping through throughout the series. The walk starts in Porthtowan and winds its way up to the beautiful Chapel Porth, following the coast path and passing what remains of the Wheal Charlotte engine house...

Chapel Porth

Chapel Porth is a secluded National Trust beach, 2 miles to the west of St Agnes. Clear turquoise water and a stunning sandy beach at low tide are flanked by rugged Cornish cliffs. The beach is over-looked by the ruins of a Cornish tin mine, Wheal Coates, a World Heritage Site . The beach is best visited at low tide,...
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