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#1 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
Great for family play Access to toilets and cafes Easy parking in station car park In warmer seasons they do kayaking from this beach Easy to access mini golf just at side of beach area
Parked at Green car park, had tea in the lovely cafe there Followed signs for Logan's rock and walked along coastal path Brilliant day Beautiful beach!
#2 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
You can park here and either walk along the stunning cliff top towards the light house and then onto Hells Mouth or can wander down to the beach which has fantastic surf and some rock pools for exploring.
Wonderful beach, miles of sand, rock pools, cliffs, caves, surf, backed by a huge area of dunes and a nature reserve.
#3 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
The park was opened in 1973 in a sheltered location with mild Cornish climate perfect for tropical wildlife (parrots, owls, ravens, penguins, red pandas, bald eagles, tropical fishes, little flamingos, red squirre...
Cornwall- Best part of nature in England!
#4 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
... many great works in a small space - able to see through some apertures to the sea, some to see plants in close up or huge leaves with reflected light - so different to Yorkshire Sculpture park but brilliant too.
I personally love her art and loved being able to see it in situ where you can understand how she was inspired by the sea, nature and the world around her.
#5 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
Parking a bit of a lottery as always but managed to get a spot on the Island car park which was a bonus.
Love this place, off the main track in St iVes but has good parking from St Nicholas car park.
#6 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
Beautiful large golden sandy beach perfect for sunbathing, surfing & for the kiddies to play on, all the usual facilities close by along with a couple of car parks.
Loved this beach and we loved the beach called Porthwidden beach that had a little cafe, located back towards St Ives town across a car park and was smaller which made it easier to keep an eye on the children as t...
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Lelant
It's a lovely walk if you park at St.Uny church and walk through the golf course and down the steps under the quaint railway line to the sea.
Access is by the coastal path, between Carbis Bay and the Park and Ride, but worth the walk.
#8 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
There is a car park on the island which can get very busy or you can reach it by walking along the small coastal path near Smeatons Pier.
A short walk up the hill from the Island car park takes you to St Nicholas Chapel.
#9 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
Godrevy is a wonderful place, fantastic scenery over st Ives bay, great for sunsets, picnics, seal whatching , one of my favourite places, national trust car park, toilet facilities and cafe nearby,
Great views from the cliffs walk good and safe Nice cafe in car park Nice coves visible from cliff tops sometimes seals play on the sands
Carbis Bay Beach Carbis Bay
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Carbis Bay
... stunning... the steep slope down to the beach was a bit of a killer well going up was but there is a car park at the bottom for more easy access.. Stunning beach if you get the right weather its an added bonus x
Views are beautiful; caves, wild nature, birds and on top of the cliff there is a pictures train passing by from time to time.
#11 of 11 Nature & Parks in St Ives
Top Tip: park at the top of the town in one of the main car parks as their is very little parking in the harbour area & it takes a long time to drive through the narrow streets flocking with visitors.
Lots of shops available and huge car park with bus into the town so easy to get too!
Hayle Towans Beach Hayle 4.3 km away
#2 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
Nature walks, history walks, main bus route, mainline train station, Chalet/caravan parks, camping, Bed and Breakfast, RSPB bird sanctuaries right in the town on tidal estuaries (Site of Special Scientific Interest!)
Recently stayed at sandbanks holiday park ,walked over the sand dunes to Hayle beach .miles of golden sand with clear blue water so unspoiled .The view is amazing right across to Carbis bay and St Ives .Toilet fac...
Godrevy Gwithian 6.7 km away
#1 of 1 Nature & Parks in Gwithian
A short walk from the car park Northwards to the Cornish Coastal footpath, brings exciting views Eastwards over high cliffs and to a cove below, where seals can usually be seen lounging on the beach or swimming ju...
You can walk up the cliff to watch the seals and enjoy an amazing view.There is a car park up there so you could drive up with a car, many people having a BBQ up there.
Paradise Park Hayle 5.5 km away
#3 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
This is without any doubt one of the best bird parks we have visited !! Plenty of shows to attend and the birds are just so wonderful and amazing !! My kids loved every bit and had a great time at all the encounters.
As well as birds you can see Penguins, Otters and Flamingos, you can explore the gardens, take a trip on the train, see the chickens and chipmunks, climb on the toy tractor, play in the outdoor play park or explor...
Godrevy Head Hayle 7.4 km away
#1 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
The National Trust car park here offers ready access to the cliffs around the headland and beyond, with spectacular views over Godrevy Island, with its lighthouse, Eastwards towards Newquay and Westwards to St.Ive...
National Trust car park with helpful staff, useful public toilet,lovely walks, beautiful views and amazing wild flowers.
Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens Penzance 8.4 km away
#2 of 14 Nature & Parks in Penzance
There are some very beautiful views to be enjoyed from several vantage points around the park and some amazing plants and wild fauna to see and enjoy.
The contemporary art sculptures are serendipitously placed (who would imagine an enormous bull's head in the midst of a green forest clearing), bringing an element of surprise to the nature walk.
St. Michael's Mount Marazion 9.7 km away
#1 of 3 Nature & Parks in Marazion
... tearoom is beautiful and the views are amazing, it's a beautiful interesting day out, you also can pay to go in the castle and gardens if you choose to.Great car park facility right by it for a small charge.its
Easy to park in the National Trust car park (£3.50); a short walk to the boat (£2 adults, £1 child) or you can walk if the tide is out; lovely stop in the cafe for a cuppa and bought tickets for the castle only.
Mutton Cove Hayle 7.4 km away
#4 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
Mutton Cove is one of the best places to see wild seals and their pups in their natural environment and it is only a short walk from the National Trust car park.
If your in the area make sure you visit, a short walk f rom the car park it's a wonderful sight, the beach was full of seals, mo there teaching their young, coaxing them into the water and swimming with them.
RSPB Hayle Estuary Hayle 5.3 km away
#6 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
#4 of 14 Nature & Parks in Penzance
If it's a sunny day park your car in Penzance station and walk this path across to Marazion, the home of the famous St Michaels Mount.
You can cross the road to see the nature reserve, great for birdwatching.
Morrab Gardens Penzance 11.1 km away
#3 of 14 Nature & Parks in Penzance
This beautifully laid out little park continues to fascinate with it's numerous sub-tropical plants, trees and fountains.
It was an interesting selection of plants and is very well maintained and although it was getting towards the end of the day a lot of people were enjoying a chat with friends in the park.
RSPB Hayle Estuary Hayle 5.3 km away
#7 of 8 Nature & Parks in Hayle
Nature at its Best
Tranquillity with nature
Trengwainton Garden Penzance 11.0 km away
#5 of 14 Nature & Parks in Penzance
The entrance was a bit tricky to find from the car park, but this is a garden in two halves; the grand sweeping drive, with a wonderful selection of trees, but masses of little paths leading off to either side to...
There is a small shop at the entrance selling a wide variety of plants and there is a café near to the car park where you can take the weight off your feet and rest for a while and enjoy some refreshments.