OUT AND ABOUT
Beautiful beaches, stunning scenery and walks on the wild side -- the Roseland has it all.
GET LOST IN HELIGAN
The Roseland is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty -- great for hiking, walking, swimming and boating. Steep river valleys cut through a sub-tropical landscape. Narrow lanes meander to wide open beaches. Here are a few of the attractions.
THE LOST GARDENS OF HELIGAN — the internationally acclaimed hidden 18th century gardens -- are a delight for the whole family.
The unspoilt fishing village of MEVAGISSEY is just a stone's throw away. How about fish 'n chips on the historic harbour, or a ferry trip to Fowey?
Next up is CAERHAYS CASTLE, designed by John Nash, in a gorgeous lakeside setting above sandy Porthluney cove.
GARDENS OF EDEN
Further afield don't miss THE EDEN PROJECT near St Austell. Its world famous bio-domes feature the largest indoor rainforest anywhere.
Head west to the Roseland's upmarket harbourside yachting capital, St MAWES,
for fine wines, food and the ferry to FALMOUTH.
On the way stop at St JUST in ROSELAND. The 13th Century waterside church, set amid sub-tropical ferns, has been described as the most beautiful on earth.
Take the KING HARRY Ferry to the fabulous TRELISSICK GARDENS. A stunning National Trust peninsula with magnificent views down the Fal estuary.
And there's so much more.....