Visit these historic gardens spread across 200 acres and take in the atmosphere and mystery of these previously undiscovered gardens during a romantic stroll. See one of the finest gardens in Cornwall with its produce garden, wildlife (barn owl) and insect hotel all located close to Mevagissey.
The Eden Project
The internationally acclaimed Eden Project is a huge site that is home to the world's largest indoor rainforest.
Built on a former clay mine consisting of giant biome you can experience a variety of tropical conditions within a rainforest environment. You can also see interesting sculptures, tropical plants, and architecture and gain a wealth of information. Also, look out for concerts, skating and special events by checking the Eden website for what's on.
Spend a great day out at one of Cornwall's greatest attractions.
The Roundhouse Veryan
At the entrance to the village of Veryan stands these unique 19th-century circular cottages. It is believed that the round construction protected the village from evil spirits, with no corners for evil to hide in.
Overlooking the river Fowey near Lostwithiel village, Restormel Castle dates back to 1100 originally built by the Normans and reconstructed by Edmund, Earl of Cornwall in the 13th Century it occasionally stages summer events.
St Mawes Castle
Built by Henry VIII to guard against the threat of invasion from Catholic France and Spain, it is a fine example of an ornate Tudor Castle forming part of a group of coastal defenses.
St Austell Brewery
This famous brewery, established in 1851 offers an inspiring tour through its history and a fascinating insight into their brewing process at the Visitors Centre. Don't miss a chance to sample a variety of award-winning beers and home cooked food.
St Anthony Lighthouse
Built in 1834 this wonderful lighthouse was the setting for the TV series Fraggle Rock. You can also find St Anthony's Battery, a fortification area during the Second World War and of great strategic importance which is found on St Anthony's Head.