places to see and visit on your Cornish glamping holiday

Just a short walk of about 500m from Wych Elm Yurts is the South West coastal path that runs from Coverack to Kennack Sands then on to Cadgwith, The Lizard and Kynance Cove. It also takes you to the wonderful secluded Lankidden Cove where, on a summers evening you could be lucky enough to see seals and even dolphins!

It's one of the best walks in the world. Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such a superb coastline? The heritage, the wildlife, the geology and the scenary along the way is truely inspirational. This trail really is the walk of a lifetime

Whilst on your glamping holiday there are many wonderful places to experience, you are within an hour of the famous Minack Theatre, St Michaels Mount , St Ives to mention just a few

There are lots of wonderful places to eat, live music, local festivals, beaches, quaint towns, you will never be bored.

Cycling
Boating, Sailing, Fishing, Surfing
Walking, Hiking

ACTIVITIES

Roskillys Organic Farm

Roskillys Organic Farm

Just a 10 minute drive is the fantastic Roskillys Organic Farm, the home of the Cornish Ice cream. It's free to look around the farm and they have a "Pisky Trail".

Flambards

Flambards

20 minutes away is Flambards if you're looking for a fair ground adventure.

Seal Sanctuary

Seal Sanctuary

15 minutes away in Gweek is the Seal Sanctuary.

Surfing

Surfing

If its surfing that you want then there are several surf schools around. One at Kennack Sands and one at Gunwalloe beach.

Cornwall segway

Cornwall segway

A 10 Minute drive is the fantastic Goonhilly Earth Station where they now do Segways.

Porthleven

Porthleven

If you're a real foody then Porthleven is the place for you with its array of wonderful restaurants set around the harbour. Porthleven is around a 20 minute drive from Wych Elm Yurts.

Coverack

Coverack

Close by is the picturesque fishing village of Coverack. It is a wonderful place to eat, play in the sea, kayak, go fishing or just have ice cream or a cream tea and admire the view.

The Lizard and Kynance Cove

The Lizard and Kynance Cove

Lizard Point, Britain's most southerly point, offers dramatic cliff walks, wild flowers and geological features designed by nature to delight all visitors.

Kennack Sands

Kennack Sands

This unusual silver sand and shingle beach is divided in two: the bigger, western beach is sandy and has all the facilities, and is well known as a safe swimming and surfing spot with 5ft waves in good conditions.There are interesting walks along the South West Coast Path to the Mesolithic and Iron Age hill settlements at Podowrian. Lifeguard cover is from May to September. Amenities include toilets, cafe and shop.

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Ponsongath, Coverack

Helston

Cornwall

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Boating, Sailing, Fishing, Surfing

The coast is very close to Wych Elm Yurts...half a mile, where you can enjoy Kayaking, sailing, fishing, surfing