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Top things to do in Roseland Peninsula

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St. Just in Roseland Church (St Just in Roseland)
Ranked #1 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Described as one of the prettiest in England, this church sits proudly on the water’s edge amongst sub-tropical trees and... more » Owner description: Described as one of the prettiest in England, this church sits proudly on the water’s edge amongst sub-tropical trees and shrubs. « less
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Ranked #2 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Ferries/ Boats; Tours; Adventures
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Ranked #3 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Owner description: We hire single and double sit-on top kayaks, and run RIB trips and a Water Taxi service from the quay, in the pretty South... more » Owner description: We hire single and double sit-on top kayaks, and run RIB trips and a Water Taxi service from the quay, in the pretty South Cornish sea-side village of St. Mawes. See the area under paddle power- it's magical. Explore the tranquil Percuil River and creeks, or venture as far as the lighthouse at "Fraggle Rock". For an added hit of adrenalin, step aboard "Paramour", our 8 passenger rigid inflatable boat (RIB). For a blast into the bay, visit a waterside hostelry, visit The Helford River or take an evening water taxi trip. « less
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St. Mawes Castle (St Mawes)
Ranked #4 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Castles; Cultural
Owner description: This round stone artillery fortress was built for Henry the Eighth in 1542, using a cloverleaf plan with a four-storied round... more » Owner description: This round stone artillery fortress was built for Henry the Eighth in 1542, using a cloverleaf plan with a four-storied round tower. « less
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Ranked #5 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Gardens; Outdoors

A stunning sub tropical garden on the hill down into St Mawes with fantastic views over to St Anthonys headland on the Roseland Penninsula. Set on the side of a hill facing south... more »

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Melinsey Mill (Veryan)
Ranked #6 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
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The Harbour Club (Portscatho)
Ranked #7 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Owner description: Set a stone's throw from the beach in the idyllic village of Portscatho, this bar boasts beautiful views of Gerrans Bay and a... more » Owner description: Set a stone's throw from the beach in the idyllic village of Portscatho, this bar boasts beautiful views of Gerrans Bay and a lively, welcoming atmosphere. A £5 membership is all you need to enjoy our range of amenities, including weekly Cinema nights, regular live music and discos, ballroom dancing, pool, snooker, table tennis, a fully-equipped gym (requires an induction) and free WiFi. We boast a delicious selection of local ales and ciders, lagers, wines and spirits, so make sure you pop in for a look around and a pint, we look forward to seeing you dreckly! « less
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Ranked #8 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Tourist information for St Mawes and the Roseland.
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Victory Inn (St Mawes)
Ranked #9 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Bar/ Clubs; Bars
Owner description: This fine old oak-beamed pub is just off the waterfront, making it a cozy and congenial place to have a beer and a bite to... more » Owner description: This fine old oak-beamed pub is just off the waterfront, making it a cozy and congenial place to have a beer and a bite to eat. « less
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Get On Board SUP (St Mawes)
Ranked #10 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
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Portloe (Portloe)
Ranked #11 of 16 attractions in Roseland Peninsula
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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St Mawes Ferry (St Mawes)
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Owner description: The St Mawes Ferry connects the charming fishing village of St Mawes with the bustling port of Falmouth. The ferry provides... more » Owner description: The St Mawes Ferry connects the charming fishing village of St Mawes with the bustling port of Falmouth. The ferry provides an all year round service to over 162,000 visitors and commuters a year and is an absolute must for anyone visiting Cornwall. Passing the impressive castles of St Mawes and Pendennis, the ferry route takes you on a magical journey across the Carrick Roads. « less
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Category: Architectural Buildings; Landmarks
Owner description: Built in the early 19th century, these thatched circular structures were used to guard the village from evil, since there are... more » Owner description: Built in the early 19th century, these thatched circular structures were used to guard the village from evil, since there are no corners where the devil could hide. « less
The Harbour Gallery (Portscatho)
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Owner description: The Harbour Gallery in Portscatho is Cornwall's freshest gallery featuring online Podcasts , Contribution Buying, Regular... more » Owner description: The Harbour Gallery in Portscatho is Cornwall's freshest gallery featuring online Podcasts , Contribution Buying, Regular Exhibitions in unusual locations, website with Zoom feature. We represent Andrew Tozer, Ben Taffinder, Mike Hindel, Ilric Shetland, Jill Hudson, Rachael Mia Allen, Robin Mason, Stephen Higton, Peter Barker, Haidee-Jo Summers, Hilary Stock, Michael Richardson & Claire Henley. « less
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