Accessible stargazing

Cape Cornwall is part of the West Penwith International Dark Sky Park. The car park does have a slope, but it allows you to drive to a spot where you […]

Beaches of St Ives

The beaches in St Ives are world-famous, and in the winter months, you get to explore the coast without the crowds. The number 17 bus from Penzance station takes you […]

Ports of Penzance

Explore the historic harbours that surround Penzance. The MOUS bus route takes you from Penzance station to Newlyn and Mousehole. You could spend the morning discovering Newlyn’s art galleries before […]

Discover West Penwith

Experience the beauty of West Penwith with a bus journey that takes you from Penzance station to Zennor, Sennen Cove, Land’s End and Porthcurno. It’s the ideal route if you’re […]

Traditional village pub

The Logan Rock Inn is a 16th century pub in the small village of Treen, not far from Porthcurno. It’s the perfect place to retreat to after a long walk […]

Homemade Cornish food

Refuel after a morning exploring Geevor Tin Mine with breakfast or lunch at the Count House Café. This family-run café enjoys stunning views of the Atlantic coast, and they are […]

Lunch at the lido

Whether you’re warming up after a swim or simply want to take in the atmosphere at the lido, you’ll love the modern café at Jubilee Pool. See what’s on the […]

Historic pub in Sennen

After exploring the beach at Sennen or walking along the coast path from Land’s End, the Old Success Inn is the perfect place to rest and refuel. With a cosy […]

Wholesome and homemade

For a cheerful bite to eat, visit The Honey Pot in Penzance. This lovely café serves up winter warmers, indulgent cream teas and a great selection of homemade cakes. They […]

Seafood bar

This popular seafood bar can be found in the heart of Newlyn, close to the famous fish market. The menu features tapas or taster-style seafood plates, which are perfect for […]