As you walk around Redruth there are echoes of its prosperous and important past with many grand commercial buildings lining the streets like the old Mining Exchange where bidding for copper and tin took place, the Victorian theatre and the Coffee Tavern.
Portreath is a small resort to the east of St Ives Bay. Once a harbour for the tin industry, it’s now popular for its sandy beach.
One of Cornwall’s most popular and spectacular beaches where the miles of golden sand, huge surf and sand dunes jam-packed with wildlife all combine to make a pretty impressive location.
Hayle surrounds a beautiful estuary on the edge of St Ives Bay in West Cornwall. Flanked by miles of golden beaches, popular with surfers, and built around an ancient trading port with a strong mining heritage.
Host of the G7 and part of an array of beaches that make up St Ives Bay, listed as one of the world’s best by the Most Beautiful Bays in the World Organisation, the beach at Carbis Bay is surrounded by sub-tropical plants and lapped by turquoise waters which just might just have you thinking you were somewhere much further south.
St Ives is an award-winning holiday destination, offering a seemingly subtropical oasis where the beaches are golden and the quality of light is an inspiration. The town is home to many galleries, including the recently revamped Tate St Ives.
Cornwall’s one & only city, Truro thrived as a port and the prosperity of the late 18th & early 19th that continues to this day can be seen today in the elegant town houses that line the city’s streets.
Famous for its maritime heritage, fantastic family beaches, surrounded by a tranquil Area of Natural Beauty, perfect for walking, family days out and water sports.