Cornwall’s Attractions

Those chocolate box destinations and idyllic fishing villages may grab all the headlines, but Cornwall is also famed for its rather long list of top family attractions

Because, when the weather isn’t being so kind – and a day at the beach simply isn’t an option – we all need something to help us keep the kids entertained…

Fortunately, there’s so many fantastic attractions in Cornwall that you will be spoilt for choice. Here we pick out just a handful of our favourites – all of which are not too far from our luxury holiday resort

The impressive Minack Theatre

Minack Theatre

There are few more dramatic or impressive places to watch a theatre or music production in the world. The Minack Theatre is an open-air amphitheatre, carved into the granite cliffs that boast a spectacular panoramic view of Porthcurno Bay. The theatre has a packed programme of events running throughout the season.

26 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor

Explore the iconic Eden Project

The Eden Project

This place needs little introduction. The famous biomes of the pioneering Eden Project have given Cornwall visitor attraction a global reputation. It’s so much more than just a garden, though. It’s a place where you can go and learn about conservation and the work that this educational charity undertakes around the globe.

33 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor

With 200 acres of restored garden to explore...

The Lost Gardens Of Heligan

If you consider yourself a horticulturalist or if you just have a passion for beautiful garden landscapes, then Heligan is the place to go. Unveiled in 1992 from under decades of overgrowth, the Lost Gardens were restored on a shoestring budget and hailed by The Times as “…the garden restoration of the century”. Today the mysterious gardens and estate offer over 200 acres for exploration.

29 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor

Explore this magical island world

St Michael’s Mount

No visit to this region of Cornwall is complete without a trip to one of its most famous landmarks – St Michael’s Mount. Take a stroll across the granite causeway at low tide or take a short boat trip across the water when the tide is in and explore this magical island world that is steeped in myth, legend and over a thousand years of history.

16 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor

Experience the Cornwall of Ross Poldark and beyond...

Poldark’s Cornwall

Discover some of the stunning Cornish locations used for filming the BBC Poldark series.

As many of the locations are a little off the beaten track, we have teamed up with an expert Cornwall guide, who will take you on an exhilarating one day or two day tour of the film locations.

You will be collected from Landal Gwel an Mor Resort at 9am

Blue Reef Aquarium

The kids will love their visit to Blue Reef Aquarium in Newquay. Explore this underwater world and learn more about the creatures in our oceans as well as those that are native to Cornish waters. The aquarium has a huge range of colourful species on display.

20 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor

Flambards

If you like your entertainment to be of the adrenaline-fuelled and white-knuckle variety then head over to Helston and visit Cornwall’s largest theme park, Flambards. There’s something here for all the family (and your little ones probably won’t want to leave!)

14 miles from  Landal Gwel an Mor

Trengwainton

Trengwainton is one of Cornwall’s most famous gardens. Here you can experience stunning views and abundance of exotic trees and shrubs. It is home to magnificent walled gardens growing species not seen anywhere else on mainland Britain.

18 miles from Landal Gwel an Mor