If you’re only here for 48 hours…
You can pack a lot into a couple of days – try this itinerary to make the most of it.
Visit the ATV Centre and experience the thrills of quad riding around the track, which winds its way around the 10-acre site, surrounded by ponds and woodland. The 1.2km track is the largest quad track in the country.
Barbara Hepworth Museum
The Barbara Hepworth Museum and Sculpture Garden offers a remarkable insight into the work of one of Britain’s most important 20th century artists. Sculptures in bronze, stone and wood are on display in the museum and garden.
Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove
The beach-side restaurant, Ben Tunnicliffe Sennen Cove occupies one of the most impressive dining locations in the country, commanding spectacular views over the rugged and unspoilt bay in west Cornwall.
Black Tor Ferry
Black Tor Ferry isn’t just a way to get from Rock to neighbouring Padstow – it’s the oldest foot ferry in the country. The ferry transports passengers from Rock across the beautiful Camel estuary to nearby Padstow.
Bridge Bike Hire
Bridge Bike Hire has over 400 cycles for hire, a friendly welcome and a bike for everyone, young or old. It is the largest and original cycle hire on the Camel Trail and is situated right at the start of the Camel Trail in Wadebridge.
Camel Valley Vineyard
Take a relaxed and friendly tour of Camel Valley Vineyard and the stunning location. You’ll find the Vineyard’s attitude refreshingly down to earth – there’s no snobbery, just a deep and enthusiastic love of winemaking.
Overlooking the beach at Watergate Bay on the north coast of Cornwall, Fifteen Cornwall offers a unique blend of exceptional food, dedicated service and an inspiring commitment to make a difference in people’s lives.
A proudly independent purveyor of small-batch and hand-made loveliness, No.5 Brewhouse invites you to experience their passion for beer brewed by the most exciting micro breweries from around the country and beyond.
Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen
The menu at Outlaw’s Fish Kitchen celebrates small, original and delicious seafood plates, cooked to order and served when ready. Wherever possible the restaurant buy the best fish from local day boats that are RFS certified.
Porthminster Cafe in St Ives is a multi-award winning seafood restaurant, where the atmosphere is always relaxed and friendly. The cafe specialises in Mediterranean and Asian cuisine and is an oasis of taste and visual beauty.
Rick Stein Fistral
Rick Stein Fistral, is casual and laid-back restaurant serving Rick’s famous fish and chips as well as Indian takeaway with dishes inspired by Rick’s travels including Goan chicken curry, lamb karahi and much more.
South West Coast Path
Where else can you walk along 630 miles of such superb coastline? The heritage, wildlife, geology and scenery along the way are truly inspirational and walking the South West Coast Path brings stunning new experiences.
St Ives Museum
St Ives Museum houses a fascinating history of St Ives’ heritage. Eight rooms on two floors contain collections of all facets of the town’s history, including art, blacksmith, boat building, Cornish kitchen and much more.
Stein’s Fish & Chips
At Stein’s Fish & Chips you’ll find a menu of cod and haddock together with a large range of local fish like hake, monkfish, John Dory and bass which is often landed right here on the doorstep in Padstow.
Tate St Ives
Tate St Ives opened in 1993 to celebrate the rich history of modern art in St Ives. Today that history continues to inspire its seasonal exhibitions of international contemporary art, presented within the dramatic spaces.
The Fish House
The Fish House is a restaurant in Newquay located on Fistral Beach a stones throw from the sea. The inspiration for the food comes straight from the sea, using locally-caught fish and shell fish caught straight from Newquay harbour.
The Stable has breathtaking, panoramic views over one of Britain’s most famous beaches, Fistral Beach. A truly stunning location with an abundance of fine local produce and a plentiful supply of craft cider.
The Tinners Arms
Built in 1271, The Tinners Arms has been at the heart of village life in Zennor for over 700 years. A pint of local ale or a hand-crafted Cornish gin, whatever your tipple, there’s always plenty to slake your thirst in the bar.