Activities in Cornwall - Beaches, Walking, Surfing, Climbing, Horse Riding, Golf

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Places To Go And Things To See in Cornwall

Copper Meadow is ideally situated just off the main A30, central for exploring both Devon and Cornwall and the North and South coast, with the villages of Boscastle, Port Isaac and the home of the now legendary King Arthur at Tintagel.
In Cornwall you are never more than 21 miles from the sea.

Beaches
Some of our favourite beaches can be found at Polzeath, Rock, Daymer Bay,Crackington Haven, Bude & Widemouth Bay

Golf
Excellent golf facilities can be found throughout Cornwall. Those golf courses within easy reach from Copper Meadow include Launceston, St Mellion and Trethorne.

Roadford Lake
Enjoy miles of footpaths and a cycleway which winds its way through a maturing planted forest overlooking the Lake. You may prefer brown trout angling, sailing, windsurfing, rowing or kayaking.

Siblyback Lake
Siblyback Lake sits on the edge of Bodmin Moor offering a perfect lake location to enjoy windsurfing, sailing, kayaking, wakeboarding, cycling and climbing

Bodmin & Wenford Railway
Take a leisurely 13 mile round trip through beautiful countryside, taking in the sights, sound and smells of a bygone age on Cornwall’s favourite steam locomotive.

Bude Canal & Heritage Trail
A mini-network of waterways on the Devon/Cornwall border is of considerable historic interest.

The Camel Trail
Probably the most successful recreational multi use trail in the UK. You have access to the beautiful Cornish countryside along a disused railway line between Wenfordbridge, Bodmin, Wadebridge and Padstow.

The Eden Project
The 8th Wonder Of The World dominated by two huge enclosures consisting of adjoining domes that house thousands of plant species.

The Lost Gardens of Heligan
Near Mevagissey in Cornwall, these are one of the most popular botanical gardens to be found in the UK.

Tamar Otter & Wildlife Centre
Here you will find British and Asian Short Clawed Otters playing and being fed close at hand. There are also many other creatures, including deer, owls, wallabies, and Scottish wildcats.

Enjoy the many historic houses & gardens, many owned by the National Trust. These include the following:
Lanhydrock House, Saltram House, Cotehele House & Gardens, Glendurgan Gardens, Trebah Garden, Pencarrow House and St. Michael's Mount

Watch one of the many excellent theatre productions at the famous Minack Theatre or Sterts Theatre or visit Cornwall’s very own Tate Gallery at St Ives.

 

Explore the Cornish Mining World Heritage