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Discover the magic of St Agnes from your holiday cottage
On the spectacular Cornish coast, among heather-woven cliffs and ancient beaches, lies your St Agnes holiday cottage. As a marker of its special character, St Agnes sits on both a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) and a World Heritage Site.
World Heritage and local history
St Agnes' award-winning Museum, artefacts from the long history of the city are on display. You can pick up an audio guide which offers a town tour on foot. On the way, you'll discover the Cornish Mining World Heritage Site. The geology of this area changed our world irrevocably. Founded in 1820, you can still see the earth shattering vestiges of this industry and its infrastructure.
One off events
Visit during the annual RNLI event in August when the whole community celebrates the pivotal role that the lifeboats have in the maritime culture of the town.
Don't miss the Easter dog race which takes place in Trevaunance Cove. The event raises money for the Surf Life Saving Club and sees dogs and their owners parading on the beach before a lifeguard dressed as the Easter bunny and a strategic chase ensues.
Beaches of beauty
Some of Britain's best hikes are arguably to be found in St Agnes, with its official badge of beauty and world-class heritage. Follow the emerald cliffs as they slope down to a white sand beach and turquoise water of Porthtowan.
Among the beaches and coves within the AONB are Chapel Porth and Trevellas Porth. Chapel is home to an idyllic cafe where you can tuck into traditional Cornish cream tea complete with clotted cream and lashings of jam. The latter is secluded and popular with snorkellers. Enjoy the golden sand of Trevaunance Cove where rock pools collect miniature worlds of sea creatures. Ride horses in these exquisite surroundings, or take a surfing lesson on the beach.
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