The Camel Trail, a 16 mile dedicated cycling and walking route following the old ‘Atlantic Coast Express’ railway line between Bodmin and Padstow. There are several points along the way to join it – one of which is 5 minutes bike ride from the site on a relatively level route. The Camel Trail is part…
Away from the bustle,
away from the beaches,
away from the buzz – imagine what it would be like to live in Cornwall 5000 years ago …
First, find a high hill —
Neolithic Cornwall near Ruthern Valley:
Rough Tor, perfect for a picnic. ± PL32 9QJ.
Right across the A30 is Helman Tor. ± PL30 5DF.
Trethevy Quoit, pictured, ± PL14 5JY, very near the Hurlers.
Healey’s Cyder Farm is family friendly and open all year. Haywood Farm Cider, 20 minutes away near St Mabyn, Open: 10am – 7pm Mon to Sat, Sun 10am – 5pm Cornish Orchards has a Cider Shop & Craft Cider Tasting Sharp’s Brewery has a shop at Rock. St Austell Brewery has tours, plus the Hicks…
Dairyland Farm World has free range fun, rain or shine
Bodmin Gaol, spooky all-weather attraction
Crealy Adventure Park has thrill rides, hundreds of animals, 40,000 sq ft of indoor play and 35 acres of outdoor play.
Healey’s Cyder Farm is family friendly and open all year.
Cardinham Wood is mixed woodland for walkers and cyclists, with a great cafe.
Cornwall is renowned for them, with many National Trust and English Heritage sites and spectacular sub-tropical gardens throughout the county – including the legendary Lost Gardens of Heligan and the world famous Eden Project with its tropical and sub-tropical biomes and education centre.