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The Weather in Porthcurno
You can see our climate diagram above. In July, maximum temperatures climb above 19°. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 4° low. The rainiest month is July, while the driest month is April.
Enjoy your stay in a Porthcurno holiday cottage
Situated just a few kilometres from Land's End, the most remote point in south-west England, Porthcurno is a fantastic destination if you want to enjoy equally remote beaches, and fascinating attractions highlighting Cornwall's history and culture.
Open air culture
Porthcurno is home to the world-famous Minack Theatre, an open-air venue perched on the cliffs. The theatre, which was built in 1930, puts on regular shows throughout the summer, allowing visitors to enjoy a play and a stunning sea view all at the same time! The season runs between May and September, with musicals and plays on offer; a must-see for anyone staying in Porthcurno accommodation.
By the seaside
Kids will love exploring and playing on Cornwall's beaches; Porthcurno's own beach is a sheltered cove at the bottom of a short path from the cliffs where the village itself sits. Other popular beaches include the rocky Lamorna Cove, where divers frequently explore shipwrecks below the surface, and Porthchapel Beach, which is perfect for sunny days, provided you can manage the steep climb down from St Levan church. Take the whole family on an interactive trip back in time at the Geevor Tin Mine; learn about the industry which supported Cornwall for generations and try your own hand at gold panning.
Explore around Porthcurno
You can easily walk east to Land's End, which lies just a few kilometres away along the clifftop path. Enjoy the sea views as you walk, and when you arrive make sure to get your photo taken with the famous signpost. Take the same path westwards and you will soon reach the charming fishing village of Mousehole, which has changed little over the last hundred years. Porthcurno itself was once an important town for international communications, and this history is celebrated in the Porthcurno Telegraph Museum.
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