Attractions in Cornwall
Enjoy Tregaddra's beautiful surroundings and explore the local area's attractions and activities. Ideally situated in the centre of the Lizard Peninsula we are under an hour away from Lands End ,The Eden project, The Lost Gardens of Heligan, St Ives, Truro, The Minack Theatre ...
Under 10 minutes from Tregaddra - The South West Coastal Path, Poldhu Cove, Kynance Cove, Many great surfing beaches, Mullion Art Gallery, Mullion Cove, Horse Riding, Mullion Golf Course, Coverack, Gweek Seal Sanctuary, Cadgwith, The Helford River, Flambards, Helston, The Lizard Village, Lizard Lighthouse, Manaccan, Trelowarren Art Gallery and Pottery, Bonython Gardens, Roskellys Ice Cream Farm, Culdrose, Porthoustock Diving, Sailing at St Anthony but to name afew!
Under 1/2 an hour from Poldark Mine, Trevarno gardens, Trebah Gardens, National Trust Gardens at Trewithen, Glendurgen and St Michaels Mount, The Maritime Museum at Falmouth , Porthleven, Portreath, Gwithian and much more
All of the attractions and activities we have listed are suitable for the entire family.
Local attractions in Cornwall
Kynance Cove is a very special and unique place to the Lizard Point, the most southerly point of Britain. Kynance Cove is probably the most painted and photographed place in Cornwall.
This beauty spot has been immortalised as the perfect cove by romantic poets and painters since the eighteenth century, due to the brilliant turquoise water and white sands, with islands, caves and unexpected views which are still a powerful draw today, as are rocks of green and red serpentine, polished by the sea over thousands of years and unique to the Lizard Peninsula.
"Situated on England’s southernmost Lizard Peninsular, Bonython Estate Gardens offer excitement and surprises, with colour and interest in all seasons.
Remodeled in recent years, to include, a contemporary water feature behind the delightful Georgian Manor, an eighteenth century Walled Garden with colour- themed herbaceous borders, a Traditional Potager Garden, and an orchard of Cornish variety apple trees, on through parkland to a series of small lakes in a sheltered valley."
"All our tasty ice creams, fudge and yoghurts are made using rich organic Jersey milk and cream and taste both indulgent and delicious. The milk comes from the 94 strong herd of Jersey cows which graze on pastures that have been farmed in a traditional and sustainable way for generations. "
"The Flambards Experience is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the South West of England. With unique undercover exhibitions boasting the Flambards Victorian Village, Britain in The Blitz and Memory Lane exhibitions."
"Welcome to the National Seal Sanctuary, set in the picturesque Helford Estuary, by the beautiful village of Gweek in Cornwall. We are a Rescue, Rehabilitation, and Release centre for seals, and most seasons we rescue over 40 pups."
Places to visit in Cornwall
Cadgwith is a picturesque village and fishing port in Cornwall, situated on the Lizard Peninsula between The Lizard and Coverack.
Coverack is a small fishing village situated on the south-east corner of the Lizard peninsula. It is a popular location for divers visiting The Manacles which are famous for causing many shipwrecks.
Helford is a small village located on the Helford river, and long ago played a big part in continental trading, when duty was collected from merchants and pirates on items like Tobacco, Lace and French Rum.
The most southerly point of the UK and boasting breathtaking views, The Lizard is famous for its Serpentine rock, a unique metamorphic rock which is locally crafted into ornaments and jewellery.