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Local Attractions
Praa Sands

When you take the short walk from the car park to Praa Sands you’ll be struck by how white the sand is, blinding so in the sunshine. Apparently, and here’s the science, the light sand is made from seashells that have been pulverised by wave action over millions of years.



The Theme Park has become one of the leading attractions in the South West for rides, exhibitions and family entertainment. Flambards also features a combination of live entertainment from children's celebrities such as The Simpsons, Peter Pan and Snoopy as well as its own mascot - a foxed name Feri Flambard, The park boats a significant line of rides for all ages, all weathers.


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Dairyland Farm World, near Newquay, Cornwall offers a fantastic adventure park to suit all ages. From slides to the nature trail, tractor rides and pony rides, to milking the cows, feeding their animals and touring their museums. A visit to their fun farm promises a great value family day out.  Click here to visit the website

Seal Sanctuary

Situated in 40 acres of stunning Cornish countryside, The Seal Sanctuary in Gweek is the only fully operational seal rescue centre in Cornwall. Our seal sanctuary provides a lifeline for stray, sick and injured seal pups which have been discovered around the Cornwall coast. Come and meet their residents enjoy our wide open spaces & enjoy a relaxing drink or snack in their sanctuary cafe. Click here to visit the website

Discover Godolphin House

One of the most fashionable houses in Cornwall in the 17th century. You can soak up the atmosphere of peace and antiquity as you explore this romantic home. Click here to visit website

St Michaels Mount 

Still home to the St Aubyn family as well as a small community, this iconic rocky island is crowned by a medieval church and castle - with the oldest buildings dating from the 12th century. Click here to visit website

Trengwainton Garden

Discover a garden where the spirit of the Plant Hunters lives on in breathtaking spring displays of magnolias, rhododendrons and camellias. Click here to visit website

Halliggye Fogou

Roofed and walled in stone, this complex of passages is the largest and best-preserved of several mysterious underground tunnels associated with Cornish Iron Age settlements. Click here to visit website

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