Fishing trips are run daily according to tides, Mackeral fishing is great fun for all the family to experience, a two hour trip for approx £12 per person, Emma Louise comes recommended along with The Boscastle. A cruise around the coast line or trips round LOOE ISLAND. Looe has it`s own famous fish market where you can see the day's catch, near by is the fish shop where you can purchase fresh sea food.
Narrow, winding streets and alleys, cottages perched on steep slopes overlooking a tiny harbour -
Polperro is everyone's idea of a picturesque Cornish fishing village. Enjoy its picturesque charm, learn about its colourful past at the museum of fishing and smuggling, or just enjoy a slow pint of beer or glass of wine in one its great pubs. Talland Bay close by is a small quiet beach area on the Heritage Coast and in the Cornwall Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. If you want great views, typical Cornish beaches and rock pools, this is the place to visit.
The Eden Project
The world famous Eden Project is only 30 miles away and is a must-see attraction for all the family, young and old. The garden is built in a disused clay mine and has transformed an old industrial site into a rich, global garden where people can learn about nature and get inspiration about the world around them. There's much more to see and do than just look at plants and gardens; there's music, art, theatre, and so much to learn about the environment, climate, plant research, regeneration, conservation and more.
Just in case you thought Cornwall is just about peaceful beaches, traditional holiday pursuits and gardens, this high octane day out will bring you back into the 21st Century with a jolt! Literally. With the UK's longest zip wire, giant swing, with swimmming, climbing and tombstoning, go-karting and something no teenager could resist "The Blob" a 12M x 3M inflatable extreme bounce tube: Jump onto the tube, bounce straight up and straight down again into the water - only for the fearless! As featured on Channel 5's "The Gadget Show".
3 gigantic, fascinating slate caverns form the heart of this varied and magical tourist attraction. In addition there are 6.5 acres of ancient woodland to explorer, and enchanted dell, concerts in the caves, a subterranean lake, a Crystals and Craft Shop and Teresa's Cabine for refreshments and picnics.
The Minack Theatre
Built by the remarkable Rowena Cade in Victorian times, the first show here was a local village play staged inn 1929. Now the Minack is a fully-fledged outdoor theatre with 750 seats and a fully equipped auditorium. Internationally famouse, the cliffside theatr, puts on shows all Summer, but be quick, they are often booked months in advance. For more information and booking go to:
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