Beautiful Sennen Cove. It may feel as though you’re almost at the end of the earth, but there is plenty to keep even the most energetic people happily occupied at this stunning cove.

Sennen Cove Beach

This sweeping crescent shaped bay is the perfect place to swim, surf, fish or sunbathe. With renowned surf for everyone from beginners to experts, you’ll find several hire shops and surf schools close by for surf lessons or wetsuit and board hire.

Boating and fishing

Sennen harbour is still home to a small fleet of commercial fishing boats so if you fancy sailing the high seas, you can take a sea or river fishing trip, or go in search of larger sea creatures on a sea safari from nearby Penzance.

The South West Coast Path

We’re right on the stunning South West Coast Path, which stretches to Land’s End in one direction and Cape Cornwall in the other. This Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty takes in the wild and rugged coastline and comes with some simply stunning vistas.

Land's End

The most south-westerly point of mainland Britain is one of Britain’s best loved landmarks, famous for its unique location and beautiful scenery. A visit to Land’s End is a fantastic day out for the whole family. Entrance is free; you only have to pay to park your car. 

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The Minack Theatre

Carved out of the cliff top overlooking Porthcurno, this unique open-air theatre has to be seen to be believed. Shows run daily throughout the summer season, and the theatre is also open for visitors during the day, when you may even catch a rehearsal if you’re lucky! 

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St Ives

A lovely drive along the coast road will take you to the fantastic seaside town of St Ives. This pretty fishing town, is home to countless galleries and workshops, including the Tate St Ives. Uncover new surprises down every lane and relax on one of the town’s stunning beaches. Keep an eye out for your pasty or ice cream though, the wiley seagulls like to enjoy the town’s fabulous food too!

Golf with a view

There is an 18 hole golf course at Cape Cornwall that is lovingly described by those that have played it as ‘challenging - especially when it’s windy’! The par 69 course features cliff-top holes, undulating fairways, Cornish hedges, a sunken garden, and even ancient mine-shafts, all with the stunning Atlantic Ocean as a backdrop. Golf courses don’t get much better than this. 

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