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The Weather in Mawgan Porth
You can see our climate diagram above. On average, the warmest month is July. However, temperatures can go lower than 4° in Mawgan Porth in February. The rainiest month is January, while the driest month is May.
Walk in giant's footsteps with Mawgan Porth holiday homes
Rolling waves lap the beach at Mawgan as they have for millennia. Except today, you can enjoy supreme seafood and water sports at one of the best loved inlets on the Cornish coast. The beach here has won awards for its golden sand and cleanliness, and it's one of the best spots for surfing for miles.
Climb the steps back through time up to the iron age fort that still mans the top of Mawgan Porth cliff. A little further afield (but well worth the journey) is the Tate St Ives, often the location of the UK's most exciting and stimulating contemporary art shows.
Year round, Barbara Hepworth's sculpture garden vies with the Eden Project (a great biosphere full of exotic fauna) for the position of the most picturesque environment in Cornwall.
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Light up your holiday with a trip to the Candle Factory, where you can make your own wax candles and learn about the history of this local industry. There's also fishing, diving in the natural pool at Treyarnon Bay at low tide, and discovering the legendary Bedruthan Steps, which (locals say) were created by a giant by that name, as he was walking along the coastline.
Explore the caves behind the steps at low tide, and the rock pools in Booby's Bay, Constantine and Trevose Head, with its lighthouse. A holiday cottage on the shore will make all these incredible natural sites easily accessible.
Engage in English village life
Just two miles from the beach is the village of St. Mawgan-in-Pydar, a traditional English village with a school, church and pub. Pootle about the antique shops, indulge in a cake at the tearoom or cross the village green to the Japanese Garden.
Throughout the year there are events such as donkey racing and the famous duck race, where hundreds of plastic ducks are set adrift and race along the river.
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