Penzance

Jubilee Pool

The Jubilee Pool was opened in 1935 to mark the Silver Jubilee of George V. Today, it is one of the few remaining 1930s lidos in the entire country In fact, measuring 100 x 73 metres on its longest axes, the Jubilee Pool is Britain’s larges surviving open air lido Jutting out into Mount’s Bay, the Jubilee Pool is one of the great engineering wonders of the outdoor swimming world and a famous Penzance landmark. More Info

Category: Great Outdoors

Land’s End

An area of pilgrimage for many centuries, this most westerly point in mainland Britain, is a must for visitors who wish to renew their spirits. Travelling through the Land’s End area itself is a wonderful experience of changing moor land landscape and magnificent views. Land’s End was known to the Roman Tin Traders as Belerion or "Seat of Storms" and was known as Pen Von Las to the ancient Cornish meaning "End of the Earth". More Info

Category: Great Outdoors

St Michael’s Mount

This magical island is the jewel in Cornwall’s crown, a national treasure and a must for every visitor to the far West of England. During its long history, the Mount has been a church, priory, fortress and private home, to the St Aubyn family since 1659. Different parts of the castle vary in date from the twelfth to the nineteenth centuries. More Info

Category: Heritage

The Minack Theatre

Carved into the cliff edge of Porthcurno, is Cornwall’s world famous open air theatre. Rowena Cade built the arena to run her beloved plays into the style of a roman amphitheatre, with surrounding views of the Atlantic Ocean as its backdrop. The theatre runs spectacular plays, musicals and opera from May to September. More Info

Category: Arts & Culture