Sennen Cove & The Lands End Peninsula
Coastal paths and stunning views second to none are a must if you want to “get away from it all”. Walks to suit every ability, are abundant in West Cornwall. We can drop you at start points, during the off peak season, enabling you to walk back at your leisure.
The first walk will probably be to Gwynver beach, famous for its surfing and clear water (patrolled by lifeguards). Steps from the top of the cliff make access straightforward but steep. To the right as you walk to the beach you will see the Giant Steps, noted to be the finest example of ancient field systems.
The coast path takes you along to Sennen Cove with its shops, cafes & pub. A further mile and Land’s End awaits. On a clear day the Isles of Scilly can be clearly seen from the cliff tops and site. Flights and boat trips daily from Land`s End airport & Penzance.
Rugged cliffs, moorland, open fields, streams running through wooded valleys can all be enjoyed on a single walk / or cycle. Circular routes or longer distances and you are never far from “home”. West Cornwall has some of the finest prehistoric sites in the country. Many are in a 10 mile radius of Trevedra. Stone Age villages, standing stones, stone circles, fogues, ancient tombs all have their own tales and superstitions. Why not visit a few and feel the magic of the legends?
The golf course at Cape Cornwall, St. Just overlooks the only cape in England. Penzance & St.Ives offer good shopping and both have a swimming pool and gym. Fishing, sea, coarse, freshwater are all nearby. You can watch fish being landed at Newlyn and buy fresh fish, crab from the nearby shops – or one of the fishermen.
More cultural experiences may be found in the many art galleries and none is more famous than The Tate at St. Ives but don’t miss the superb smaller galleries and local artists at St.Just. Many stunning gardens growing Tropical plants that enjoy our warmer climate are worth the visit.
The beaches, coves and secluded inlets are too numerous to mention but each has its own charm. It is lovely to find the hidden treasures.
Other local attractions include the Minack Theatre, St. Michael’s Mount, Paradise Park (bird sanctuary) Flambards Theme Village, Geevor Tin Mine. The famous Eden Project, Lizard Peninsula & Newquay are other day trips that can be enjoyed from a base at Trevedra.
There really is something for everyone, from spring flowers to autumn sunsets. Enjoy a real Cornish welcome on a working family farm, where ensuring you enjoy your stay is our main priority.