Where To Cycle


Polkerris Beach: www.polkerrisbeach.com

A beautiful and secluded cove with a sandy beach, an excellent pizzeria, a pub, a wind-surfing and kayaking rental centre, and a pier where you can spend hours fishing.


A picturesque Cornish seaside town, home of the Du Maurier literary festival and Regatta, and filled with cafes, restaurants, shops, a castle, Readymoney Cove (a small beach), and a ferry to Mevagissey and Polruan.

Eden Project: www.edenproject.com

Cornwall’s biggest tourist attraction is only 3 miles away. The phenomenal tropical and Mediterranean biomes are a great place to visit on a rainy day.

Lost Gardens of Heligan: www.heligan.com

Near the living and traditional fishing port of Mevagissey. Hours can be spent wandering the beautifully restored Victorian gardens.

Luxulyan Valley:

A truly magical place to visit. It’s a thickly wooded valley that contains 19th century industrial remains, such as a giant ruined waterwheel. Has to be seen to be appreciated.


A quaint Georgian port where you can go to see the historic tall ships. Home to the Charlestown Shipwreck and Heritage Centre.

Llanhydrock: www.nationaltrust.org.uk/lanhydrock/

A magnificent stately home, owned by the National Trust, set in 450 acres of woods and parkland running down to the River Fowey.