The Roseland is a stunning area of outstanding natural beauty, picturesque villages, glorious coastal walks, majestic promontories, secluded coves and charming beaches. There are family friendly activities, country pubs, and great restaurants, this is the perfect place for either a relaxing holiday or one packed with outdoor activities.

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Things to Do

Here are some of the top things to do on the Roseland

  1. Visit St Mawes Castle – This 16th-century fortress offers stunning views of the coastline and is one of the most popular attractions in the area.
  2. Walk the South West Coast Path – The Roseland Peninsula is home to some of the most picturesque stretches of the path, offering breathtaking views of the sea and countryside.
  3. Explore the beaches – The Roseland Peninsula has several beautiful beaches, including Porthcurnick, Towan, and Pendower.
  4. Visit St Just in Roseland Church – This historic church is surrounded by beautiful gardens and is a peaceful and tranquil place to visit.
  5. Take a boat trip – Explore the coastline and discover hidden coves and secluded beaches on a boat tour.
  6. Visit the village of Portscatho – This charming fishing village has a small beach, a selection of cafes and restaurants, and several art galleries.
  7. Take a walk in the countryside – The Roseland Peninsula has great access to many beautiful gardens, such as the Trelissick Garden and the Lost Gardens of Heligan.
  8. Visit the Fal River – Take a boat trip along the river, or explore the quaint towns and villages that line its banks.
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