Bring your Dog
Dogs on leads are welcome at Trevauance Cove year-round, and for a lovely countryside dog walk take a wander along Jericho Valley, Cross Coombe. Meander along a shady, fern lined path down to Blue Hills and the small pebbled beach of Trevellas Porth where dogs are allowed off the lead. Another stunning walk (whether with or without dogs!) is up to St Agnes Beacon; hike the course to the highest point in the area to look out over spectacular panoramic countryside and coastal views.
Awarded a UNESCO World Heritage status, the remains of Wheal Coates engine house and tin mine is an iconic site above National Trust owned Chapel Porth beach, two miles south of St Agnes. Well worth a visit, and remember to leave time for a Cornish clotted cream ‘hedgehog’ ice cream from the café at the cove at the end of your walk!
Food and Drink
From cafés selling artisan coffee and freshly baked cakes, to delicious seafood restaurants overlooking the sea, cosy traditional pubs, and the obligatory seaside fish and chips, there are ample places for refreshment in St Agnes, in fact you’ll be spoilt for choice! Take a look at our earlier blog Foodie Heaven in St Agnes for more information on the great selection of eateries and St Agnes pubs.
St Agnes is perfectly positioned to explore the rest of Cornwall: the cathedral city of Truro and beautiful beaches of Newquay are both only eight miles away, with the marine heritage of Falmouth and art of St Ives within easy reach by car. Head along the A30 to find numerous tourist attractions and places of interest within an hours’ drive, such as the Eden Project, the Minack Theatre, The Lost Gardens of Heligan and many wonderful National Trust properties and gardens. Newquay Airport is 20 miles away and Truro train station, with direct links to London, only eight miles.
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