You are spoilt for choice with so much to do in the area, young or old, rain or shine. Whether you are looking for an activity break, visit fun family attractions, walk the Southwest Coastal Path or just simply experience beautiful natural surroundings, Cornwall has it all.
Walk the Coastal Path
If you love walking then you've hit the jackpot! Take a stroll to the end of our road and you'll join the coastal path. Cornwall boasts the longest coastline in Britain, providing 300 miles of coast path and an additional 2000 plus miles of inland public footpaths.
Learn to Surf
You can’t holiday in Cornwall without having a dip in the Atlantic Ocean, and what better way to experience Cornwall’s beach lifestyle than to have a surfing lesson. Surfing is exciting, exhilarating and of course lots of fun for all ages and with several surf schools in Mawgan Porth, you'll have no excuse not to join in!
If you love your food, we are at the heart of the gourmet coast that is North Cornwall with great access to Jamie Oliver's Fifteen at Watergate Bay and Rick Stein’s Seafood Restaurant in Padstow.
Relax at a Day Spa
Why not treat yourself and visit one of Mawgan Porth's fabulous day spa's all within a short walk. Take your pick from The Scarlet Spa at the fabulous Scarlet Hotel or Ocean Spa at the Bedruthan Hotel.
You'll find Bedruthan Steps just a short walk north along the costal path. This beautiful area offers views that are arguably some of the most impressive in Cornwall and this area now holds Dark Sky Status, making it a perfect stargazing spot. Catch it when the tide is out and you can enjoy the most stunning beach!
There are so many places to visit with the family in tow, with most suitable rain or shine so you will never be short of things to do during your stay. A few examples include The Eden project, the Aquarium and Newquay Zoo.