Things to see and do in and around South East Cornwall and the Tamar Valley

  The Eden Project

The Eden Project is more than a visitor attraction; it's also a unique education centre, running social and educational programmes which change the way people think about the world around them.
Cotehele House, Mill and Quay  National trust

Tudor House with superb collection of textiles, armour and furniture.

St. Mellion International Resort

The St. Mellion International Resort is a golf and recreation complex near Callington, Cornwall. 

St Mellion offers 36 holes of championship-quality golf. Both the Nicklaus and the Kernow golf courses have recently been renovated to a fantastic standard, and provide an enjoyable and challenging round of golf for all players.

Morwellham Quay

An award-winning World Heritage site, featuring historic port, copper mine, working Victorian farm, railway, heavy horses and museums of costume and mining. Just four miles west of Tavistock and bordering the beautiful River Tamar, amidst towering cliffs and gently rolling farmland, discover this lost world with the help of our Living History team

National Marine Aquarium, Plymouth

The National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth, Devon, is the UKs biggest Aquarium - Visit this leading Devon Attraction and be amazed by our fascinating underwater world.


A quaint old fishing village with plenty to see and do, fishing trips, glass bottom boat trips, shops and art galleries.  A large car park in West Looe with a short walk over the bridge to East Looe, or catch the train Liskeard.

Buckland Abbey

700 year old home of Elizabethan seafarers Drake and Grenville.


Whitsands Bay

Long expanse of golden sands, cliff walks, fishing and surfing.  Fantastic views of the bay and a very nice coastal walk from Rame Head in the east, to Looe and beyond in the west.


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