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GORGEOUS LOCAL BEACHES, MUST-VISIT CORNISH ATTRACTIONS AND FUN ACTIVITIES TO MAKE YOUR STAY EXTRA-SPECIAL

Cornwall has activities and adventures for everyone, so you’re sure to be spoilt for choice during your stay with us.

Here on the Lizard Peninsular, home to our two treehouses Skapya and Kalmynsi, there are beautiful beaches and sandy coves to explore, gorgeous gardens to discover, pretty villages to fall for, as well as activities to fuel your sense of fun: including coasteering, sky diving, wild swimming and scuba diving.

We’ve listed some of our favourite places to visit and things to do in Cornwall below. Should you need any more suggestions, just let us know – we’re always happy to help.

Click here to view some upcoming events in the surrounding area

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Events Dates For 2024

EVENTS IN THE SURROUNDING AREA

MARCH

2nd – Truro St.Piran’s Market and Pasty Making Competition. Lemon Quay, Truro

11th-16th – Cornwall Music Festival . Truro Methodist Church, Union Place.

5th – St. Pirans Day – Traditional Patron Saint’s day celebrating Cornwall

30th/31st – Falmouth Spring Flower Show at Princess Pavilions, Falmouth.

APRIL

19th/20th – Rattler Cider Fest . Healey’s Cider Farm, Penhallow, Truro. Tickets to be purchased in advance

26th/28th – Porthleven Food Festival. Porthleven

27th – Trevithick Day. Camborne.

27th – Cornwall Pride. Falmouth, Truro, Newquay, Penzance, Redruth, Camborne.

MAY

1st – Obby Oss. Padstow

1st – St Ives May Day. The Guildhall, St.Ives.

8th – Flora Day. Helston

10th-18th – Daphne du Maurier Festival of arts and literature. Fowey

17th-19th – A music festival like no other on Perranporth beach. (tickets to be purchased in advance)

27th-2nd – The Polly Joke Poppies. Late May to early July. Natural flower spectacle. West Pentire headland.

JUNE

6th-8th – Royal Cornwall Show. Royal Cornwall Showground, Wadebridge.

14th-16th – Falmouth International Sea Shanty Festival. Throughout Falmouth town.

14th-16th – Falmouth Classics sailing festival. Falmouth and its surrounding waters.

15th – Murdoch Day. Redruth town centre.

21st-30th – Golowan Festival. Throughout Penzance town.

23rd – Madron Midsummer Eve Bonfire. Bulls View, Madron, Penzance.

23rd – St Ives Midsummer Eve Bonfire. Carnstabba Hill, nr Halsetown Inn, Halsetown, St.Ives.

23rd-29th – Mevagissey Feast Week. Throughout Mevagissey village.

29th – Hayle Carnival. Hayle Recreation Ground, off Broodway, Hayle.

29th – Armed Forces Day. Location to be confirmed.

JULY

15th – Stithians Show Popular Agricultural show with food, crafts, music and demonstrations.

12-14th – Tropical Pressure Festival at Mount Pleasant Eco Park, Porthtowan. Advance tickets needed.

AUGUST

3rd – St Agnes Carnival. St.Agnes village

7th-11th – Boardmasters Festival, Newquay. Tickets to be purchased in advance.

9th-17th – Falmouth Week. Activities and music events throughout Falmouth town.

24th – Portscatho Regatta. The Lugger and Tatam’s Beach, Portscatho.

SEPTEMBER

14th-28th – St.Ives September Festival. Music and Arts festival

14th – Lands End 100 2024. Gruelling cycle race across the Cornish Countryside which sees upto 1,0000 entrants competing.

OCTOBER

3rd-6th – UK Saltwater Fishing Festival. Fly fishers from around the world compete at the quay in St. Mawes

10th-13th – Falmouth Oyster Festival. Food festival with live music and demonstrations.

25th-27th – Lowender Festival. Traditional Cornish music and Celtic dance festival held in Redruth.

NOVEMBER

Late Nov-24th Dec – Truro Christmas markets. Food, mulled wine, local crafts and art with lots of Christmas atmosphere.

DECEMBER

21st – Montol Festival. Colourful Celtic and Christmas traditional midwinter festival in Penzance.