This side of Cornwall will offer you the chance to hike the wildest cliff tops, be inspired by breath-taking views, and kayak by huge colonies of protected bird species... Enjoy a coast-to-coast bike trail that runs between the south and north coasts for 11 miles (an old tramway), passing through Cornwall and West Devon Mining Landscape, a Unesco World Heritage Site. Visit Cornwall’s forgotten corner, the beautiful Rame Peninsula.
Visit the Shipwreck and Heritage Centre at Charlestown, or the 13th century market town of St Austell where you will also find the Brewery Visitor Centre. Enjoy any of your favourite watersports and participate in the famous sailing events in Falmouth, or just go for a walk around the Roseland Peninsula's gorgeous coastal paths. Try out the unique tidal sea pool or discover Willy Wilcox cave in Polperro, one of many Cornwall's ‘Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty’. Catch a ferry at Mevagissey and watch out for huge basking shark, Northern Gannets, grey seals sunbathing on the rocks and bottlenose dolphins.
South East Cornwall is one of the landmark destinations of the WILDSEA Atlantic Ocean Heritage Route (WAOH! Route) and offers great opportunities for scuba diving for all levels, beginners, intermediate and advance divers alike.