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Highlights in Perranporth
- Great performances by the sea
- Home to traditional delicacies
- The greatest coastal trail
- Perfect golf course in a stunning setting
- A surfing paradise
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Perranporth
Many properties in Perranporth are facing the beachfront and if they are not, they are located just a few minutes away and within walking distance. You can also find more secluded properties with private facilities just outside Perranporth. Enjoy the beaches, the coves, the local food and drinks and the endless activities of this Cornish location.Enjoyable lettings by the ocean
Stylish and comfortable accommodations for 6 to 8 people. Cosy interiors and nice, tasteful decorations. Fully equipped kitchens to enjoy your meals like when at home. Comfortable lounges for those summer afternoons reading a good book and nice gardens, some of them with private pools to take a dip and ease the summer heat. Families, couples and groups of friends can have a great time in Perra
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The area and getting around
Perranporth is the gateway to one of Cornwall’s most spectacular beaches. Sitting on the north coast, this seaside resort town offers miles of gold sand beaches and great places to surf, clear waters and superb cliff walks amongst rolling hills and places of outstanding natural beauty. The village has evolved around the beach so everything is a couple of minutes walk from it. Take a nice stroll, play or relax at the beach during the day and indulge yourself at dinner time with some Cornish delicacies.Great offers throughout the year
The area offers great coastal views but also something to everyone. If you are looking for a bit of a challenge during your holidays, take the South West Coast Path or participate in any of the activities hosted by the community such as the annual triathlon. You decide if you are having a quiet break or a fun filled action getaway. Perranporth has got it for you and your dearest ones. Sample some local ales, a traditional pot of mussels, delicious oysters with aioli and caviar or traditional fish and chips at Bolingey Inn or The Green Parrot, to name a few.
Travellers and activities
Perranporth has a sandy beach well regarded by most surfers. If you want to wait for the biggest waves, Penhale is the right spot. You can be exposed to the wind but still have a great surfing experience all year long. If you are just starting your journey in surfing, the most experienced surf coaches will be more than happy to guide you through the first steps of this exciting sport. Pop in at any of the surf schools and be ready to get on a surfboard and ride the best waves in the UK.Perranporth for walking lovers
Hikers and walking lovers will have a great time walking this world famous walk that is the South West Coast Path. The whole trail is 630 miles, starting at Minehead, Somerset and along the south west coast of UK’s furrowed coastline, passing Devon, Cornwall and finishing in Poole Harbour, Dorset. This is the longest waymarked footpath and National Trail in England. Take your time and do bits of this fantastic trail or take a challenge and push yourself a bit harder to complete the whole way! Inspiring walks and awe-inspiring panoramic views of rough-hewn cliffs and rocky ramparts.
Perranporth and the whole Cornwall have a huge amount of cows which makes it obvious why its is renowned for their cream teas and ice cream!
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The oldest and only beach bar in the UK is here in Perranporth! Yes, that is a fact. In the middle of Cornwall’s finest beach you find the Watering Hole that started just as a little shack. It has evolved since its beginnings and it has become an iconic place now for many people visiting the area. It is certainly a must see spot of Perranporth with lots of events going on to make you enjoy every second of your time. Once you arrive, you never want to leave. See it for yourself!2. The sweet taste of valley
As it has been mentioned before, Cornwall is an area with lots of cow producing quality milk for one of its traditional and enticing delicacies. We are talking about ice creams! Callestick Farm uses free range milk from cows grazing the picturesque valley of the area, to produce the best flavoured ice cream of the country. Children and adults love it alike! Call in for a scoop or maybe two and enjoy a free visit of the ice creamery while enjoying your ice cream or a nice cuppa.3. Delight your sensest
Barter your way through the stalls of the Perranporth Country Market every Friday from 10am to 12pm. Located at the Memorial Hall, the market is stocked with lots of fresh produce from local farms such as eggs, plants, preserves, lovely baked goods and lots of different crafts. You will also have the chance to get some irresistible Cornish Pasty, a beef and potato stuff wrapped in pastry that originates in the mining communities back in the day.4. Give it your best shot
Golf lovers will enjoy a great day out in the green practising their swing and trying their best shot at Perranporth Golf Club. This unique setting by the sea provides unique views of the sparkling ocean in a par of 72. Har, undulating and fast are the adjectives that best define the course. Take a challenge at the seven blind drives and several blind/semi-blind spots. Remember to bring your stabilisers too!5. The stunning Minack Theatre
Enjoy a great performance in the most unique setting overlooking the sea. This open air theatre, set into the cliffside of Porthcurno gives you the possibility of having a great time during a show. Have a lovely tea at the cafe and browse the gift shop where you will definitely find something to take home with you. The gardens in the surroundings is a great space to have a little stroll and enjoy the views.