There are many local places of interest - the following is a small selection. See Photo Gallery.
Lamorna Cove - A small fishing cove with pub and cafe. Nearby pottery outlets.
Land’s End - Commercialised and popular with visitors, but certainly worth a visit for the spectacular cliff scenery and walks.
Logan Rock - Rocking stone on headland; a short stroll from Treen
Logan Rock Inn - Situated in Treen, the famous pub boasts good food and drink just down the road from Fern Cottage.
Minack Theatre - Well known, open-air theatre built into the cliffs above Porthcurno beach. Performances take place from May to September.
Mousehole - Famous and popular, very picturesque fishing village with some good pubs and restaurants.
Penberth - Small, unspoilt, fishing cove about 1 mile from Treen.
Pendeen - Old tin mining area. Places of interest include the Geevor and Levant mines, a lighthouse and north coast cliffs and coves. Great walks.
Porthgwarra - Another small fishing cove between Porthcurno and Lands End. Great cliff walks west towards Mill Bay and Land’s End and east towards Porth Chapel
St Ives - Very busy in summer. Tate gallery and many other galleries, beautiful beaches and some good restaurants. Walk from Lelant to St Ives highly recommended.
St Michael's Mount - Spectacular home of Lord St Levan. Worth a visit - by foot across the causeway at low tide and by ferry at high tide. National Trust.
St Just - Busy town near the centre of the old mining district, with several pubs, shops and art galleries. Visit Old’s butchers for excellent meat.
Sennen Cove - Long, beautiful surfing and swimming beaches - great for young children - with beach shop, restaurant and cafe. Village has a lifeboat station, the ‘Roundhouse’ art gallery and craft shop, and the Old Success Inn.
Zennor - Beautiful, unspoilt village on the north coast. There is a small local history museum, a pub and a granite church. Lovely cliff-top walks. One of our favourites.