5 Great Places To Go This Springtime

5 Great Places This Spring:

Here is just a selection of the many great places to visit and things to do in the West Cornwall area this Spring time. For further information about the places listed along with opening times, admission prices and access, please
contact the venues directly:

1. St Michael's Mount - is set in Mounts Bay near Penzance. St. Michael Mount can be easily reached by walking over the causeway (check tide times on website) or taking a short boat ride to/from nearby Marazion. Once there, discover the castle, lush sub-tropical gardens or simply visit the restaurant, cafe or shop on the Mount. For details, visit www.stmichaelsmount.co.uk Or call 01736 710265

St Michael's Mount

  • 2. The Minack open air Theatre - overlooking the sea at Porthcurno, sees its Summer Season run from May to
  •  September with productions of dramas, musicals and operas set in the most dramatic of settings. The theatre also has sub-tropical gardens open daily & along with a cafe. www.minacktheatre.com/whatson.htm (01736 810181)
  1. Minack Theatre

3. Kynance Cove - is situated on the Lizard Peninsula approximately 2 miles north of the Lizard Point, and is owned by the National Trust. The coastline here is breathtakingly beautiful and the Cove here has two small sandy beaches which gets popular in Summer. There is also a nearby cafe (serving great home-made food) and toilets. For details on parking & path access: http://www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lizard-and-kynance-cove/ Or Call 01326 561407

Kynance Cove

4. Tate Gallery, St. Ives - overlooking Porthmeor Beach, the Tate Gallery (& including the Barbara Hepworth Sculpture Garden), will from the 18 th May - 29 th September be holding its Summer Season of exhibitions & displays. For further details on admission charges, facilities and special events visit http://www.tate.org.uk/visit/tate-st-ives/gallery-announcements Or call 01736 796226

Tate Gallery, St. Ives

5. Carbis Bay - St.Ives Coastal Walk - start from the Blue Flag beach of Carbis Bay and follow the clearly defined coastal footpath in front of the Carbis Bay Hotel and up & over the railway bridge. This 1.2 mile path climbs gently through a pleasant wooded section before views of St Ives Harbour emerge on the right. Drop down the hill (back over the railway line) and soon you'll find yourself on Porthminster Beach where cafes and toilets are available. Further information visit: www.southwestcoastpath.co.uk
  1. St. Ives 

Details on these places and local events held this Spring time are available to view on the Visit Cornwall website at www.visitcornwall.com/things-to

So, with many great places to visit and great deals available at Atlantic Coast on our accommodation what are you waiting for? Please contact us now and see if we can arrange your Spring time break



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